28 October 2016, 13:26

In Quarter 3 of 2016, Ingushetia had no victims of armed conflict

In July-September 2016, there was no information on killed or wounded as a result of the armed conflict between law enforcers and militants in Ingushetia. There were no victims of the conflict in the Republic in this period of time. These are the findings of the "Caucasian Knot" based on its own materials and information from other open sources.

The above statistics cannot reflect with absolute accuracy the real number of victims. Not all the data gets into news reports. It is not always possible to verify the truthfulness of law enforcers' statements; and sometimes new data about the events of the reporting period become known after the publication of statistics by the "Caucasian Knot".

In Quarter 2 of 2016, there were five victims of the armed conflict in Ingushetia, all of the were killed.

In Quarter 1 of 2016, at least four people fell victims to the armed conflict, among them – only wounded people, nobody was killed.

In 2015, at least 21 people fell victims to the armed conflict in the Republic, 16 of them were killed and 5 were wounded, while in 2014 at least 37 persons fell victims: 21 of them were killed  and 16 were wounded. In 2013, there were at least 94 victims: 36 people were killed and 58 wounded.

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