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Daghestani Militant Leader Killed In Special Operation

Russian security services say they have killed an Islamist rebel leader accused of plotting a failed terrorist attack in Moscow.

The militant leader, Ibragimkhalil Daudov -- also known as "Saleh" -- was reported killed on February 11 during a police operation in the Karabudakhkent district of Daghestan, in Russia's North Caucasus.

Three other militants were also reported killed in the operation.

Daudov had been on federal wanted lists for planning a suicide bomb attack in Moscow on New Year's Eve 2010.

The alleged plot reportedly was foiled when his wife was killed when the bomb she was assembling accidentally detonated hours before the attack was to occur.

Daudov was seen as active in arms trafficking, bombings, and extortion, and had led Daghestan's main militant group since April 2011, after its previous leader was killed.

Compiled from agency reports
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by: Alban
February 15, 2012 10:02
Daghestan will get own freedom. Russia and supporters will get out Caucasus. Since 500 years, war has been continue between Daghestanians and Russians.

by: Jack from: US
February 15, 2012 14:04
US government and CIA have a day of mourning today for their killed agents in Daghestan. US government and its proxies: Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Turkey, are the main sponsors of Muslim terrorism in the world
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by: Darken-skin-Arab from: hot-deserts
February 16, 2012 08:24
Jack-USSR, you must comment on backwards of WC doors, not here.

İslam orders "Muslims are brothers."

Do not leave your brothers alone. We can not leave our brothers. We will support Muslims, to defend their homelands from "İnvader Evangelic-Masonic-Orthodoxic-Catholic-Sionistic-Atheistic-Agnostic... Euro-Amero barbars."

Things are not simple, to be understandable for American people. Eat cheeseburger, hamburger and drink coke, and watch your tonight show, you do not have to comment Jacky.

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