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Syria's Dagestan ruled by the sword of ISIS




Russia Warned U.S. About Tsarnaev, But Spelling Issue Let Him Escape




Latest Report Of Umarov's Death Leaves Details Unclear




An Olympics in the Shadow of a War Zone




Muslims In Daghestan, Azerbaijan Call For Boycott Of New Year Celebrations




Suicide bomber strikes at Russian train station

The bombing, which was likely executed by the Islamic Caucasus Emirate, took place in a region where Russia will host the 2014 Winter Olympics, and is the second suicide attack in Volgograd since October.


Suspected 'Black Widow' suicide bomber kills 6 in southern Russia

Islamist militants affiliated with the Caucasus Emirate appear determined to wreak havoc in advance of Russia's planned Winter Olympics in Sochi.


Russian rebels in Syria 'pose threat to Olympics'




Daghestan Government Dismissed




Russian Court Upholds Ban On Religious Clothing At Stavropol Region Schools




Dagestan and the Tsarnaev brothers: The radicalisation risk




Russia Wants Tourism, Not Terrorism, For Embattled Caucasus




Analysis: Putin gambles by taking down Dagestan strongman




Dagestan Islamists Rebuffed Boston Bombing Suspect




From Toronto to Dagestan; Canadian jihadi draws parallels with Tsarnaev




Mystery Swirls Around Boston Bombing Suspect's Trip To Daghestan




Why the FBI Didn't Make Much of Russia's Request to Probe Boston Bomber




Boston's Jihadist Past




FBI did not catch Tamerlan Tsarnaev's Russia trip because his name was misspelled




Pilgrim in Violent Land, Suspect Found Comfort in Dagestan


 
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