Дочь за отца - Netflix

Дочь за отца - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 46 minutes

Premier: 2015-07-25

Дочь за отца - List of clashes in the North Caucasus in 2010 - Netflix

This is a List of clashes in the North Caucasus - 2010. The North Caucasus is the northern part of the Caucasus region between the Black and Caspian Seas and within European Russia. The term is also used as a synonym for the North Caucasus economic region of Russia. Insurgency in the North Caucasus continues despite the official end of the decade-long Russian counter-terrorist operation in Chechnya on 15 April 2009. Violence is concentrated mostly in the North Caucasus republics of Chechnya, Dagestan, Ingushetia and Kabardino-Balkaria, with only occasional clashes and bombings elsewhere (including Moscow and North Ossetia).

Дочь за отца - December - Netflix

December 5 - In Kizilyurt, Dagestan, it was reported that at least 1 police officer and 6 militants, including a militant leader were killed in a special operation within the republic. It is known that the anti-terrorist operation occurred, after Russian security forces blocked a group of militants inside one of the buildings within this particular district of the republic. December 6 - In Khasavyurt, Dagestan, it was reported that at least 1 police officer was killed, after unidentified militants opened fire upon him within a cafe in the city centre. The police officer later died of his injuries whilst on the way to hospital. December 11 - In Buinaksk, Dagestan, it was reported that at least 3 militants, including a militant leader were killed in a special operation with the republic. The active phase of the special operation is now complete and details concerning security forces casualties were not specified by the local authorities within the area. December 15 - In Nalchik, Kabardino-Balkaria, it was reported that unidentified militants ambushed and killed a moderate mufti cleric near his house within the republic's capital city. The cleric reportedly died of his injuries at the scene of this militant attack. December 16 - In Derbent, Dagestan, it is known that an explosive device derailed a freight train and a locomotive within this particular town of the republic. No casualties were apparently reported, although the locomotive of this train was apparently damaged in the explosion. December 18 - In Baksan, Kabardino-Balkaria, it was reported that 7 civilian hunters were killed and 1 taken hostage by unidentified militants near to this particular city. It is known that their bodies were apparently discovered in a trench and the fatalities are known to include those from this particular republic, as well as some from the Stavropol Region of southern Russia. December 20 - In Makhachkala, Dagestan, it was reported that 2 civilians were injured in a bomb explosion, with the device apparently hidden in a waste bin, within the republic's capital city. It is known that both of the injured were hospitalised and an investigation is under way into this militant bombing. December 22 - In Nalchik, Kabardino-Balkaria, it was reported that Russian security forces detained a senior militant leader within the republic's capital city. The militant apparently put up armed resistance in his capture, although he was the only injured person. December 23 - In Nalchik, Kabardino-Balkaria, it was reported that 1 police officer and 1 civilian were injured in a bomb explosion, with the explosive device reportedly hidden under a street bench within the republic's capital city. It is known that their injuries were not known to be life-threatening and an investigation has apparently been launched into this militant bombing. In Makhachkala, Dagestan, it was reported that 6 police officers were injured, as a result of two separate explosions within the republic's capital city. It was also reported that three officers had reportedly received minor injuries, whereas the remaining three were hospitalised for more serious injuries. An investigation was later launched into these two militant bombings. Also 2 police officers were shot and killed in the village of Shalushka, near Nalchik. unidentified militants also captured their weapons and fled the scene. December 24 - In Makhachkala, Dagestan, it was reported that 1 police officer was killed after unidentified militants opened fire upon his police patrol vehicle. It was known however that two assailants were later detained, although the police officer later died of his injuries sustained in this militant attack. In Baksan, Kabardino-Balkaria, it was reported that 1 civilian hunter was killed, after Russian security forces discovered another body near a vehicle rigged with an explosive device. It was later known that this IED exploded shortly after its discovery, to which 1 police officer was injured in the militant bombing. December 25 - In Nazran, Ingushetia, it was reported that a bomb explosion occurred at a bus stop within the republic's capital city, after unidentified militants dropped an IED off at this particular location. No casualties however were reported in this militant bombing. December 26 - In Makhachkala, Dagestan, it was reported that at least 8 militants were killed, including a senior militant emir for the district, during a special Spetsnaz operation against militants in an apartment, which was conducted within the republic's capital city. As many as six IEDS were apparently seized at the scene of this special operation. No security forces personnel casualties however were reportedly specified by the local authorities. December 27 - In Nalchik, Kabardino-Balkaria, it was reported that 1 militant was killed and another injured, after an IED exploded, which was apparently being kept inside the militants apartment. It is known that initial reports had claimed that only two people were injured, however one militant later succumbed to his injuries. The other injured militant reportedly survived from his injuries and was later detained by the local authorities. December 29 - In Nalchik, Kabardino-Balkaria, it was reported that unidentified militants killed a famous ethnographer or scientist of philology at his home, which was located on the suburbs of the republic's capital city. The ethnographer reportedly died of his injuries at the scene of this militant attack. December 30 - In Makhachkala, Dagestan, it was reported that at least 1 militant was killed, after security forces blocked a group of militants inside a house in the republic's capital city. It is known that three bombs each weighing some 15 kg were defused by police specialists, which were found inside the house that were discovered at the scene of these militant clashes.

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