#AceNewsReport – Feb.18: Four persons were killed and four more were wounded as an unidentified shooter opened gunfire at people celebrating pancake week festival in Dagestan’s city of Kizlyar, a source in the local law enforcement agencies told TASS on Sunday #AceNewsDesk reports
“The incident took place in Kizlyar. According to preliminary data, four people were killed. Four more were wounded. The shooter was gunned down,” the source said.
“People were leaving a church after an evening service when he opened gunfire at them,” Kizlyar’s Mayor Alexander Shuvalov told TASS. “Four people were killed. The shooter was shot dead. Two police officers and a woman were wounded.”.Russian news agency Tass reports that four people have been killed during a shooting at a church in Dagestan.— The Associated PressGunman opens fire at folk fest in Russia’s #Dagestan: 4 dead, 4 injured –reports https://t.co/Vukm2PSFIBpic.twitter.com/LMyM9wFdWB Sputnik February 18, 2018
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#AceWorldNews – MAKHACHKALA – June 04 – An anti-terrorist operation regime was imposed early on Wednesday in three settlements of the Russian republic of Dagestan, North Caucasus, a source from the operation headquarters in Dagestan told ITAR-TASS.
The regime was imposed at 7.00 am Moscow time, in three settlements of Dagestan’s Kizlyar region, the source said, adding that an operation was under-way to neutralize gunmen.
One child was found dead, ITAR-TASS quoted a duty police officer in Tsuntinsky district as saying on Wednesday.
The information was preliminary, and it was still unclear how many passengers had been on the bus, he said.
Ten people were killed and seven injured after a minibus fell off a cliff in Russia’s North Caucasus Republic of Dagestan, RIA Novosti reported. Two children were among those dead, according to local police. In the past few days, it has been raining heavily in the Tsuntinsky district where the incident happened.
The accident that happened near the settlement of Sagada on Wednesday morning might have been caused by adverse weather conditions. “It has been raining heavily in the district in the past few days. Perhaps the road was damaged,” the officer said.
#AceWorldNews – DAGESTAN – May 05 – Improvised explosive devices have been discovered in the Russian North Caucasus Republic of Dagestan, the Russian National Anti-Terrorist Committee (NAC) said on Monday.
The explosives were seized during operations over the last two days to prevent terrorist attacks during the May holidays, ITAR-TASS reported.
A 12-kg bomb was found in the village of Novy Agachaul, together with three improvised explosive devices equivalent to 5kg TNT on the outskirts of the city of Makhachkala, the NAC said.
The explosives were destroyed on the spot.
#AceWorldNews – ALEPPO – April 24 – A tank belonging to the rebels’ Islamic Front is pictured in the middle of a street during reported clashes with government forces in the Hanano district of the northern city of Aleppo on April 17, 2014.
A tank belonging to the rebels’ Islamic Front is pictured in the middle of a street during reported clashes with government forces in the Hanano district of the northern city of Aleppo on April 17, 2014. (Photo: AFP-Mohammed al-Tayb)
The village of Deir Foul is the last remaining gathering of Syrians of Dagestani descent.
Prior to the crisis, the small village had a population of less than 2000. Most of them left, but the number remained the same.
They were replaced by refugees from nearby villages and Homs.
Today, the village has fallen under the control of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and their brutal policies.
Alkabar – Suhaib Anjarini
#AceWorldNews – MAKHACHKALA – March 27 – Dagestan’s police chief Abdurashid Magomedov said 13 illegal paramilitary formations are operating in the republic. In 2013, 167 terrorists were killed in the region, including ten gang leaders.
27 militants surrendered, and another 213 gunmen and their accomplices were detained and convicted in 2013, Magomedov said at a session of the regional parliament on Thursday.
He praised law-enforcers for successful operations to rout gangs in four areas of Dagestan.
According to the police officials, 92 law-enforcers were killed and another 176 were injured in attacks and acts of terror in Dagestan in 2013.
Civilian casualties in these attacks were 12 dead and 73 wounded.
“Last year, police confiscated from the population 763 illegal firearms, including 167 assault rifles, 16 machine guns, 36 grenade launchers, 75 home-made bombs and two tons of components for them,” Magomedov said.
Law-enforcement bodies eliminated weapon-making workshops in the Sergokalinsky district and Khasavyurt, seizing 27 pistols and equipment. Seven persons were detained in connection with illegal weapon-making.
Russian News and Dagestan Media Sources.
#AceWorldNews – MOSCOW – March 25 – A gang leader and four militants were killed in a special operation the Russian North Caucasus republic of Dagestan, the Russian National Anti-Terrorism Committee (NAC) reported Tuesday.
The clash between militants and law enforcers also claimed the life of one Interior Ministry officer, leaving another one wounded, the committee told Itar-Tass.
A few suspected members of illegal armed units were blocked by Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) and Interior Ministry special forces in a house in the Pervomayskoye village in Dagestan’s Khasavyurt District.
The suspects were “told to lay down arms, but they opened fire from automatic weapons on law enforcers”.
All five were “neutralized” during the special operation.
They were identified, including the head of so-called Khasavyurt gang, Tural Atayev born in 1988, an Azeri national, who was one of the organizers of a terrorist attack in the city of Pyatigorsk in December.
Russian News Sources
Russian police killed four suspected militants in a shoot-out at a house in the
dagestan (Photo credit: Bolshakov)
Reuters reported, citing law enforcement agencies.
The gun fight broke out on Saturday after police surrounded a private house used by militants in the region some 600km from Sochi, at the other end of the Caucasus Mountain chain. Sochi is hosting the 2014 Winter Olympic Games.
The clash was reportedly not connected with the Games.
#AceNewsServices says `Suspected `Volgograd‘ bombing mastermind killed in Dagestan ‘
The militant was identified as leader of the “Kadarskaya” gang Mirzayev, a Dagestani law-enforcement source told Itar-Tass on Wednesday, adding that according to preliminary information, he might have sent two suicide bombers to Volgograd late in December 2013.
The special operation was carried out in the town of Izberbash. “The house was blocked on Wednesday morning. During the talks, one of the militants’ accomplices surrendered,” the source said. “The rest, including Mirzayev, opened fire and were killed in a shootout.
January 30, it was reported that suicide bombers who staged two terrorist acts in the southern Russian city of Volgograd late in last December were identified, and criminals involved in their delivery to the city were detained. January 29, as a result of investigative actions on the territory of the Republic of Dagestan, Magomednabi and Tagir Batyrov involved in transporting suicide bombers to Volgograd were detained.
Two terrorist attacks were staged in the city of Volgograd over the last days of 2013. On December 29, a suicide bomber detonated explosives at the entrance to the waiting hall of Volgograd’s central railway station. On December 30, a suicide bomber blew up a trolleybus in the morning rush hour. These attacks claimed 34 lives. About 100 people were wounded.
Voice of Russia, TASS
#AceBreakingNews `Volgograd Suicide Bombers Identified’ and `Suspected Accomplices’ detained.
Published time: January 30, 2014 10:25
Edited time: January 30, 2014 12:03
The two suicide bombers responsible for the attacks in Russia’s Volgograd in December have been identified, the National Anti-Terrorism Committee said. Their alleged accomplices, suspected of aiding their travel to Volgograd, have been detained.
The two terrorist attacks took place in the space of just over 24 hours on December 29 and 30. The first one, a huge blast at the Volgograd railway station on December 29, was followed by another a day later inside a packed city bus. More than 30 lives were claimed in the attacks, and dozens of people were injured.
“In the course of the investigation… our leads resulted in the identification of two suicide bombers of the Buynaksk terrorist group – Asker Samedov and Suleyman Magomedov,” a committee official said in a statement.
Investigators work at the site of a blast on a trolleybus in Volgograd December 30, 2013. (Reuters)
However, those responsible for planning the terrorist attacks may still be at large, the anti-terrorism committee said. A search is underway.
Dagestan has been the scene of several recent anti-terrorist operations, three of them on January 22, leading to the elimination of a prominent militant leader allegedly responsible for a series of bombings and attacks on the police, Eldar Magatov.
A member of the so-called Babayurtovskaya gang, Magatov was hiding out in rural Dagestan.
A total of three operations by Russia’s security forces were carried out in an attempt to apprehend the suspected terrorist.
Blasts, shoot-outs and other violence are a common occurrence in the volatile republic as extremists face off against security forces on an almost-daily basis.
Dagestan, as well as neighboring Chechnya and Ingushetia – which at one point or another also harbored suspected militants from Dagestan – have all lived in fear of terrorist attacks recently.
#AceWorldNews says that seven armed militants, including a “crime lord” and a woman believed to have been trained as a future suicide bomber were eliminated in a counter-terrorist operation in Makhachkala, the capital of the North Caucasus republic of Dagestan on Saturday, Russia’s National Anti-Terrorism Committee (NAC) reported. The militants, suspected in carrying out twin blasts at a local restaurant Friday, were surrounded in a house near Makhachkala.
Following negotiations they let a woman with three children leave the building and opened fire in attempt to break through the cordon of security forces. The standoff resulted in the house being stormed and the death of the inhabitants, according to the NAC. One of the militants killed turned out to be a 26-year-old widow of another local crime boss killed by security forces earlier, and she had supposedly been preparing to carry out a suicide bombing, the committee said.