10 November 2018, 08:27

Q3 of 2018 did without victims of armed conflict in Ingushetia

In Ingushetia, in July-September 2018, there were no victims of the ongoing North-Caucasian armed conflict. Such are the data of the "Caucasian Knot", based on its own materials and information from other open sources.

In the second quarter (Q2) of 2018 in Ingushetia, four people fell victim to the armed conflict; all of them were killed. In Q1, two people were killed in the armed conflict in Ingushetia.

The provided statistics cannot reflect the number of victims with the 100 percent accuracy. Not all information is included in the news reports. It is not always possible to check the reliability of the statements voiced by the law enforcement bodies. Besides, new facts about the events of the reporting period become often known after the statistics had been already published on the "Caucasian Knot".

In 2017, there were at least 24 victims of the armed conflict in Ingushetia: 11 were killed and 13 were wounded. In 2016, there were 19 victims: 15 were killed and 4 wounded. In 2015, at least 21 people fell victim to the armed conflict in the republic: 16 of them were killed and five were wounded.

This article was originally published on the Russian page of 24/7 Internet agency ‘Caucasian Knot’ on November 6, 2018 at 06:24 pm MSK. To access the full text of the article, click here.

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