August 22, 2006 -- Two bombs exploded at an oil pipeline at a refinery complex in Russia's southern republic of Ingushetia early today.
Prosecutors said the blasts were not considered terrorism, but described them as "sabotage." The explosions in the Malgobek district caused a fire that authorities said was quickly put out.
(Interfax, newsru.com, AP)
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