20 June 2011, 12:00

Dagestan: two children injured during special operation

On June 19 in the evening in Makhachkala a teenager and a child received tangential wounds in a shootout, while Shamil Paizullaev, who led the "Izberbash" grouping of militants, was killed, informed a source from the MIA of Dagestan.

On June 19 the Dagestani law enforcements agents shot a man suspected in involvement of illegal armed formation, who rendered resistance at detention. He was blocked in an apartment of multi-storey building in Makhachkala. Later, it became known that it was Shamil Paizullaev, born in 1978, a native of Izberbash.

According to the MIA representative, the occasional passers-by, namely, a young man, born in 1995, and a boy, born in 2003, who received tangential wounds of the head and forearm, accordingly, were taken to hospital after the special operation, the "RIA Novosti" reports.

Earlier, the NAC mentioned that there were no civilian victims in this special operation.

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