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Mine Attack Hits Chechen Leader's Convoy

A land mine blasted a convoy carrying Chechnya’s pro-Moscow acting president on Tuesday, killing one person, though he himself escaped injury, Russian news agencies said. Itar-Tass news agency said the blast hit Sergei Abramov’s convoy as it sped through Grozny, regional capital of the rebel Russian region. One member of his staff was killed, two were injured, but Abramov escaped unscathed, it said. Abramov took over as interim leader in the turbulent territory after its pro-Moscow president Akhmad Kadyrov was killed by a bomb attack on May 9 during public celebrations. Full Story

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