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Friday, October 28, 2016

In Kazakhstan planned attack on a military unit of the Russian Federation

The terrorists intended to attack the Russian Radio host Balkhash in Kazakhstan, which is an important element of the system of missile warning. After the attack, the extremists had intended to hide in Syria. Six members of an extremist group were detained earlier in Karaganda region, one had to commit a suicide bombing.

photo: Gennady Cherkasov

A source close to the national security Committee (KNB) of Kazakhstan, told that detained the day before during a special operation in Karaganda region, six extremists were planning to attack Russian military unit in Balkhash. According to the source, after the attack on the Russian military extremists had intended to go to Syria and join the terrorist, reports RIA “Novosti”.

Thus far no official comments from the national security Committee of Kazakhstan or the Russian law enforcement authorities there.

At the same time on Thursday, June 30, the Chairman of the Committee of national security of Kazakhstan Vladimir zhumakanov has officially announced the arrests conducted in the Karaganda region. According to him, the operation took place on June 26 and in the course of it in Balkhash and in the village of Gulshat was arrested extremists who were planning terrorist attacks. In the village one of the terrorists managed to commit a suicide bombing.

In the CSS, no other details are not reported, saying only that these extremists were not related to Aktobe, where on 5 June there were attacks on two gun store and military unit, killing eight people. 18 criminals were eliminated.

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