November 7, 2006 -- A bomb explosion at a police station in Russia's southern Republic of Ingushetia today wounded three police officers.
The regional Interior Ministry said the bomb had been placed at the door of the police station in the village of Troitskaya, in the Sunzhensk district.
Ingushetia, which borders Chechnya, has seen many attacks on law enforcement officials and facilities.
The aftermath of a December 2002 Chechen resistance attack on the main government building in Grozny (epa)
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