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Emir Saleh may have been replaced by a Turkish foreign fighter known as Sheikh Abdusalam.
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Afghan officials claimed that 60 to 70 Haqqani Network and foreign fighters were killed during fighting at Combat Outpost Margah in Paktika province.
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A group of jihadists based in the Afghan-Pakistan region issued a videotape to their “brothers” in the Islamic Caucasus Emirate and their emir, Doku Umarov.
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Seven policemen and a civilian were killed as Muslims celebrated the end of Ramadan in Grozny.
Recalcitrant Chechen commanders have retaken their oath of allegiance to Umarov.
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The US indicated that additional actions would be taken against the Islamic Caucasus Emirate.
“The Jihad is spreading, steadily and inevitably, everywhere,” the leader of the Islamic Caucasus Emirate said.
Abdullah Kurd was a leader in the International Islamic Battalion, al Qaeda’s foreign legion in the Caucasus.
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Muhannad commanded the International Islamic Battalion, the unit comprised of Arab and other foreign fighters. He also was the deputy military leader in Chechnya.
Kavkaz Center announced the death of Emir Supyan, the deputy to Doku Umarov. Umarov’s physician is also said to have been killed in the March 28 raid.
Doku Umarov and his top two commanders, Emir Khamzat and Emir Supyan, are rumored to have been killed during a raid in Ingushetia. Russian officials do not believe Umarov was killed.
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The leader of the Caucasus Emirate called for all Muslims to back the terror group and justified the deadly suicide attack at Domodedovo International Airport in Moscow by saying the group is at “war” with Russia.
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Doku Umarov, the emir of the al Qaeda-linked Islamic Caucasus Emirate, claimed the Jan. 24 suicide attack at Domodedovo International Airport in Moscow that killed 35 people and wounded scores more.
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