Russia Thwarting 'Great Terror' in the Near Moscow

Militant's turbulent North Caucasus region are planning to launch terror "large" outside Moscow. As stated by the Head of Russia's State Security Agency, the FSB, told President Dmitry Medvedev on Monday (18 / 7).

"One of the thwarted terrorist acts in Moscow region a few days ago," said the head of the FSB, Alexander Bortnikov, the leader of the Kremlin.

According Bortnikov, security agencies have arrested four people from the North Caucasus since the militants planned to attack public places and "transportation" in the Moscow region. "FSB also seized a number of bombs equivalent to 10 kilograms of TNT, weapons and maps," he said.

In the last six months, Russia hit by 169 crimes related to terror, including 110 in the Caspian region, Dagestan, which suffered the majority of lethal violence. FSB lost 95 officers during that period, while 200 others were injured.

The Kremlin is still trying to deal with Muslim rebels in the North Caucasus, a decade after federal troops topple the dominance of separatists in Chechnya.

Suicide bomb attacks launched by a principal of the North Caucasus killed 37 people at the airport densest Russia, Domodedovo, in January. The attack was made by Russian President Dmitry Medvedev dismissed a number of mid-level police officials and leading to Domodedovo pendongkelan senior managers.

Suicide bombing was claimed by Doku Umarov, the leader of the Caucasus Emirate, who launched attacks in Chechnya and other Muslim areas in the North Caucasus. Caucasus Emirate of the United States entered into the list of terrorist groups because of its attacks in an effort to expel the Russian government of the North Caucasus region.

Caucasus Emirate, which is also known as Imarat Kavkaz or IK, accused of several attacks including the attack on the Russian high-speed rail in November 2009 and the suicide bombing outside the Interior Ministry in Chechnya in May 2009.

Artikel ini menggunakan Google Translate

Type your email here for subscribing this blog: