21 January 2017, 13:02

Both persons killed near Kizlyar identified

According to pre-identification, one of those killed in the house storming in the village of Vperyod, Kizlyar District of Dagestan, was a local resident Rashid Asulbekov. The second casualty has been pre-identified as Ruslan Magomedrasulov, a native of the Khasavyurt District.

The "Caucasian Knot" has reported that today, in the village of Vperyod, power agents blocked a house; and two suspected militants were killed in the assault. Power agents' sources treat the casualties as members of the "Khasavyurt" grouping.

The casualties have been pre-identified as Rashid Asulbekov, 29, and Ruslan Magomedrasulov,  an earlier convicted native of the village of Novy Kostek, Khasavyurt District, said a local law enforcement source.

According to the source, Asulbekov lived in the Kizlyar District; however, power agents still believe that he was a member of the "Khasavyurt" grouping, the "Life" reports.

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

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