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Truck Bomb Injures 36 in Chechnya

A truck bomb exploded Friday near a government compound in the Chechen capital, Grozny, wounding at least 36 people, a Chechen official said. Law enforcement officials also were quoted as saying that two bombers died in the blasts. The blast went off about 70 yards from a building that houses the police department for fighting organized crime in Chechnya, said Akhmed Dzheirkhanov, deputy chief of the Emergency Situations Ministry branch for the republic. Chechen Prime Minister Anatoly Popov initially said a woman was killed in the explosion but later said there were no deaths and several injuries. Dzeirkhanov said 36 people were hurt, four of them hospitalized. Full Story

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