3 police officers killed in Chechnya suicide bombing

Blast takes place at a gas station-carwash complex in the town of Mesker-Yurt.

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August 25, 2009 12:19
3 police officers killed in Chechnya suicide bombing

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Three police officers were killed in a suicide bombing in a town near the restive region's capital, authorities in Chechnya said Tuesday. A spokesman for the Chechen Interior Ministry, Magomed Diniyev, said the blast took place about midday at a gas station-carwash complex in the town of Mesker-Yurt. The attack was the latest in a rising wave of violence against police and soldiers in Russia's North Caucasus. At least 25 people died in the August 17 suicide truck bombing of a police station in neighboring Ingushetia. Separatist rebels and Russian troops fought two full-scale wars in Chechnya over the past 15 years, and small clashes persist.

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