22 July 2015, 11:35

In Quarter 2 of 2015, Stavropol Territory had no victims of armed conflict

In the Stavropol region in April, May and June 2015 was not continued in the North Caucasus, victims of armed conflict. These are the findings of the "Caucasian Knot" based on its own materials and information from open sources.

For the first quarter 2015 was the victim of a conflict one person - the security forces killed a local resident, according to them, was involved in the activities of illegal armed groups.

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 2014 in the Stavropol region of victims continues in the North Caucasus armed conflict was no less than 11 people, of whom 10 were killed and one was wounded.

In 2013, the province became the victims of the conflict, at least 17 people, of whom 13 were killed and four were wounded.

In 2012, in Stavropol Territory reported 12 casualties, including 10 killed and two wounded.

In 2011, there were 24 victims of Stavropol Krai, including 17 dead and seven wounded.

In 2010, there were 89 victims in the region: 10 dead and 79 wounded.

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