20 July 2015, 23:05

In Quarter 2 of 2015, six persons fell victim to armed conflict in Ingushetia

In Ingushetia, for April, May and June 2015 on the victims of the ongoing armed conflict, the North Caucasus have become six people, three of whom were killed and three wounded. These are the calculations of the "Caucasian Knot" based on its own materials and information from open sources.

Among those killed one employee of the security forces and two people involved, according to law enforcement, illegal armed groups. Among the wounded, two security forces personnel and one person was involved, according to law enforcement officials, the militants.

It should be recognized that the above statistics may not reflect with absolute accuracy the number of victims at each of the specified categories in the survey. Not all data is written to news reports. It is not always possible to verify how true the statement of law enforcement.


During the first quarter of 2015, Ingushetia had no armed conflict victims.

During 2014 the victims of armed conflict, at least 37 people were in the country, including 21 killed and 16 injured.

During 2013 the victims of armed conflict, at least 94 people were in Ingushetia, including 36 killed and 58 injured.

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