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Russia Publishes List Of 17 Terrorist Groups

Elite Russian soldiers on counterterrorism exercises in midwinter (OSCE) July 28, 2006 -- The Russian newspaper "Rossiiskaya gazeta" today published a list of 17 organizations --> the country's Supreme Court has declared to be terrorist groups.

As well as foreign groups such as Al-Qaeda and Afghanistan's Taliban movement, the list also includes Hizb ut-Tahrir, which is mainly active in Central Asia and the Middle East, but whose supporters have been detained in Russia.


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