Officials are treating the blasts as terrorism (RFE/RL)
2 February 1006 -- Reports say explosions ripped through gambling establishments in the southern Russian city of Vladikavkaz tonight, killing at least two.
Six Russian solders were injured in the latest clashes in the breakaway republic (file photo) (AFP)
1 February 2006 -- Four Russian soldiers were killed and six injured in the latest clashes in Russia's breakaway republic of Chechnya.
1 February 2006 – Four Chechens have been sentenced to 17 years in prison for their role in an attack nearly two years ago on police and government targets in Russia's southern republic of Ingushetia.
Chechen security forces in action (file photo) (RFE/RL)
31 January 2006 -- Five suspected militants have reportedly been captured in Russia's restive southern republic of Chechnya.
Russian police make an arrest (file photo) (AFP)
31 January 2006 -- Russia's Interior Ministry said police broke Russian laws nearly 50 percent more in 2005 than in 2004.
30 January 2006 -- Russian authorities claim a top Chechen separatist field commander was killed today during a security operation in the southern republic of Daghestan.
28 January 2006 -- Authorities say they have established the identity of a gunman who was killed by law enforcement officers in the southern Russian republic of Ingushetia on 27 January.
28 January 2006 -- Chechnya's acting Prime Minister, Ramzan Kadyrov, today denied reports that a damaged pipeline was the work of terrorists.
28 January 2006 -- A Georgian presidential envoy says repairs on a damaged pipeline that delivers gas to Georgia from Russia are complete and supplies could resume shortly.
27 January 2006 -- Armed men shot dead a police officer and his cousin in the restive southern Russian region of Daghestan today.
Georgians queue to fill up gas canisters inTbilisi on 26 January (epa)
27 January 2006 -- Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili says his country will not be "brought to its knees" by Russia's stranglehold on its energy supplies.
Street trader sells as on a Chechen street (file photo) (AFP)
27 January 2006 – A pipeline rupture has cut off gas supplies to several districts in Russia's southern republic of Chechnya.