Four killed in clash in Russia's North Caucasus

May 8, 2011 13:27


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MOSCOW - One serviceman and three militants were killed in a clash in the North Caucasus republic of Dagestan on Sunday, where Russia is fighting a growing Islamist insurgency, Russia's investigative committee said.

One serviceman was killed during an anti-terrorist operation in the Kizlyar region of Dagestan, and three local policemen were wounded, the committee said in a statement on its Web site

"Three members of a gang were killed by law enforcement forces at around 0600 (0200 GMT) in the morning in a forest near the Shoumyan village," the committee said.

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