Rebel Activity Rebounds in Ingushetia

April 2012
Eurasia Daily Monitor;4/13/2012, Vol. 9 Issue 74, p7
The article reports on the launch of a special operation by security forces in Ingushetia, Russia on April 13, 2012. It notes that the initiation of the special military operation is driven by the rebound of rebel activity in the region. It is said by the Chechen Interior Ministry that the operation has been effective because a group of militants has ran away to another area.


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