Three suicide bombings kill 9 in Chechnya

Bombers were Chechen men, Russian officials confirm

Nine people are dead and 20 wounded after three suicide bombings in Chechnya, Russian officials said. The attacks occurred on Tuesday night, and on Wednesday the Russian Investigative Committee announced that they have identified two of the suicide bombers as Chechen men in their early twenties. Among those killed were 7 policemen, an Emergency Ministry official and a civilian, reported the state-run RIA Novosti news agency.




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