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Woman Injured After Chechen Suicide Blast

A female suicide bomber blew herself up Sunday near a base of a security force commanded by a son of Chechnya’s Kremlin-appointed administration chief, wounding a woman who was nearby, officials said. The attack, which occurred southeast of the provincial capital of Grozny, appeared aimed at the administration chief Akhmad Kadyrov’s son, Ramzan, Chechnya’s Emergency Situations Minister Ruslan Avtayev said. He said one woman was lightly wounded in the attack. The attacker approached a building where Ramzan Kadyrov was reviewing members of the force, and guards thought she looked suspicious. “They asked her to halt, and at that moment the explosion rang out,” Samail Saraliyev, a spokesman for Akhmad Kadyrov, said on NTV television. Nobody claimed responsibility for the attack. Full Story

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