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After a two-day gunbattle with militants in Dagestan's Untsukul district that killed three militants and wounded one security force member, an explosion near a school in Buinaksk killed one policeman and wounded three more. A checkpoint was also attacked.




Move to Widen Help for Syrian Rebels Gains Speed in West




The Foreign Ministry criticized a recent UN letter telling Damascus that the UN inquiry into the use of chemical weapons in Syria would extend beyond their alleged use by Syrian rebels in March near Aleppo. Russia believes the inquiry should focus only on that incident.




US aids effort to remove bomb-grade uranium from Czech Republic




Missile defence systems deployed to counter North Korea threats: interactive




Afghans Failing Security Test In Badakhshan




A former militant alleged that Ingushetia Prime Minister Musa Chiliyev pays $1 million per month to the Caucasus Emirate terrorist group so it will not to kill him. Ingushetia is currently embroiled in a border dispute with Chechnya as well internal political dissensions.




Karzai Softens on Taliban Ahead of Doha Office Opening




A Wary Easter Weekend for Christians in Syria




Turkey and Israel Feel the Effect as Syria's Civil War Fuels Tensions at Borders




Caucasus Insurgency's Religious Authority, Russian Muslim Cleric Criticize Kadyrov




Chechen commander forms 'Army of Emigrants,' integrates Syrian groups

Muhajireen-Army.jpgOmar al Chechen has formed Jaish al-Muhajireen wa Ansar, or Army of the Emigrants and Helpers, and merged his Muhajireen Brigade with several Syrian jihadist groups.


I flew secret missions carrying cash and weapons into Syria for Assad, pilot reveals




As New Drone Policy Is Weighed, Few Practical Effects Are Seen




After The Afghan Pullout, The Dangers For Central Asia




Egypt warns giving women some rights could destroy society




Russia starts formation of permanent Navy presence in Mediterranean




Russia's Top Drug Cop Warns On Afghan Opiates




Russian forces claimed to have killed Chechen Islamist leader Adam Khushalayev, a.k.a. Abu-Malik, in a gunbattle in Chechnya's Vedeno district; he had been wanted by the authorities for 10 years. Two other militants were also killed in the clash.




Russia says it's ready to discuss UN force for Mali