Suicide Bombers Hit Grozny
Two suicide bombers conducted attacks in the Russian occupied Chechen Republic of Ichkeria’s capital Grozny on August 30.
According to media reports, a male suicide bomber blew himself up when armed pro-Russian thugs tried to catch him at a check point, which is 150metres away from the pro-Russian regime’s parliament building. After twenty minutes, a second male suicide bomber blew himself up while more armed pro-Russian thugs gathered at the scene of the first attack. After a while there was a third attack, but there is no clear information about whether it was also a suicide attack or a militant with arms.
The attacks resulted in the deaths of at least 9 Kadyrovites, while more than 20 Kadyrovites were injured. On the other hand, three civilians were injured during the attacks.
No group immediately claimed responsibility for the attacks. However, two of the attackers were identified: Magomed Dashayev, 22, from the Chechen town of Urus-Martan and Adlan Khamidov, 21, a student at an oil institute in Stariye Atagi, a village near Grozny.
*Text was written by Waynakh Online and edited by Michael Capobianco