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Chechen Rebels, Mines Kill 5 Russians

Chechen rebel attacks and mines killed five Russian servicemen and wounded eight, an official in the region’s Moscow-backed administration said Monday. Two of the soldiers died in attacks on Russian outposts, and two of the servicemen were killed in a car-bomb blast in the capital, Grozny, on Sunday night. The fifth died when a land mine he was trying to defuse exploded near the town of Serzhen-Yurt, the official said. One other bomb specialist was wounded in the blast. An ethnic Chechen member of an elite police unit was wounded and three rebels were killed in a shootout in Grozny on Sunday night, the official said. Full Story

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