Date: 2 weeks ago   Category: Russia

In Tyumen performed counter-terrorist operation

The Russian security officers killed two alleged fighters of Islamic State. There are no victims among the civilian population. In the Russian Tyumen in the evening on April 12 security officers performed counter-terrorist operation during which they killed alleged fighters of Islamic State. RBC reports about it.

As informed the National Anti-Terrorism Committee of the Russian Federation, operation was directed against two alleged supporters of Islamic State planning terrorist attacks in Tyumen. According to department, they were armed and were in one of private houses. On the offer to be given to the authorities suspects opened fire and were killed during firefight. It is noted that there are no victims among the civilian population and losses among security forces. ⚡ FSB conducts special operation to Тюмени:ФСБ #Тюмень — Channel Five of News (@5tv) on April 12, 2019. FSB said that terrorists adopted messengers we Will remind, in April, 2017 in the subway of St. Petersburg explosion of which resulted 16 people died. Responsibility for terrorist attack was undertaken by the group connected with Al-Qaeda. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our channel



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