Law enforcers during CTO in Ingushetia. Photo: https://06.mvd.ru/news/item/7852460/

27 May 2016, 09:25

Source reports names of three men killed in Ingushetia

In the course of the special operation in Nazran and Malgobek, law enforcers killed suspected militant Khizyr Galaev and Usman and Zurab Tsoloev, reports a source from the law enforcement bodies. The names of two other killed men have not yet been reported.

The "Caucasian Knot" has reported that the counterterrorist (CTO) legal regime was introduced in Nazran and the Nazran District of Ingushetia on May 26. According to sources from the law enforcement bodies, in the special operation carried out in Nazran and Malgobek, five militants were killed, and three others were detained. In the evening on May 26, the CTO legal regime in Nazran was lifted.

In the town of Malgobek, Khizyr Galaev, who was on the federal wanted list, rendered armed resistance in the course of the special operation and was killed. During the armed clash in Nazran, law enforcers killed Usman and Zurab Tsoloev, the "Interfax" reports with reference to a source from the law enforcement bodies.

Meanwhile, according to the law enforcement bodies, no civilians or law enforcers were killed or injured.

Till present, no official confirmation concerning the identification of the men killed in Ingushetia has been reported.

Full text of the article is available on the Russian page of 24/7 Internet agency ‘Caucasian Knot’.

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