Explosion in Dagestan

In Dagestan infact of explotion three civilan including one police officer were wounded. Bomb was planted on the road which police forces used.

As inform occupational sources republic of Dagestan, incident was been near the Khasayurt on highway "Kavkaz".

Fight in Babayurtovskiy region (Dagestan)

As inform occupational sources, in area Babayurtovskiy region in Dagestan , during fight with group of mojaheds, the leader of FSB on area Babayurtovskiy region Dagir Zaharyaev kiled. His security guard heavy wounded.
Fight was in territory a facilities the animal industries belonging settlement Sasitli of area Tsumadinskiy region of Dagestan early in the morning on February, 12th, 2008).
The Russian forces confirmed that during fight three rebels were killed.

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Inside Dagestan's 'counter-terror' sweep

IWPR reporter visits village which the security forces say was a rebel stronghold.



The long road to Gimri is long and dotted with security checks. As you enter the mountains, the armoured vehicles begin to get more frequent.



On January 25, the Dagestani authorities arranged a trip for journalists to the mountainous village of Gimri, birthplace of 19th century warrior leader Imam Shamil and - in the last six weeks - the scene of clashes between security forces and Islamic rebels.



Reporters travelling to the Untsukul region, where Gimri is located, were given a police escort on the grounds that the situation was still dangerous. There are checkpoints along the only road leading to Gimri and it is impossible to travel there without being accompanied or obtaining special permission.



The whole region was sealed off in December after the murder of a Dagestani parliamentary deputy, and more than 3,000 security personnel were sent to re-establish government control in the area. (See CRS 426, " Troops Hunt Rebels in Dagestan Mountains.")


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