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Russian Forces Pursue Militants In North Caucasus

Russian forces have reportedly used helicopters and artillery fire to pursue a group of 15 suspected terrorists in the North Caucasus.

Russian news agencies are quoting security sources as saying that there were no immediate reports on casualties.

The militant group was surrounded in a wooded area in Daghestan after firing at a military helicopter and forcing it to make an emergency landing.

Authorities say no one was injured in that attack.

On March 6, a female suicide bomber killed five police officers during an attack on a police station in Daghestan.

Armed clashes between Islamist insurgents and Russian forces are frequent in the region.

With dpa and ITAR-TASS reporting
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by: Anonymous
March 12, 2012 08:53
tension is rise because of oppression of invader Russia, and its caucasian puppet slave bureaucrats. think that you are a children, your father killed by Russians. you are trying to forget it, but they do not, government is arrest you, beat you, rob you... they threat you, they do not give you a choice, without fighting.

earning your freedom, means you are a caucasian terrorist.

by: eric d from: ABQ NM USA
March 13, 2012 17:18
But after hubdreds of years of struggle (& how many thousands, millions killed?) the North Caucusus are no closer to freedom & liberation. And Vlad (The Impaler) Putin just got reelected in Russia. When will it end? Isn't there another way? Than Muslims (Chechens, Ingush, Dagestanis etc.) getting killed (& killing themselves) in suicide attacks?
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by: Rick from: Milan
March 13, 2012 19:18
Muslim of cacauso
must understand that they dont have any chance

better to live in peace
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by: Jack from: US
March 13, 2012 23:49
Muslims everywhere must understand they do not have a chance.
The only reason they are able to make trouble now is because of US government sponsorship of terrorism (as in Kosovo, as in Syria, as everywhere). But US power is in decline.

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