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Shelters of militants were destroyed in Tsuntini region neighboring Georgia
10:21 31.08.2012
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In Dagestan, Tsuntini region neighboring to Georgia, in the village Shaitli, where clashes between militants and law enforcers took place, the police destroyed two shelters belonging to illegal armed groups – Russian media reports.   
Grenades and bullets are found in the shelters, also, clothing, including women’s, military camouflage, medicines, food and household products. Both buildings have been blown up. 
We will recall you that as a result of clashes occurred yesterday near the village Shaitli, one military person died. The Tsutini region is one of the most unstable regions neighboring to Georgia and since the end of the last year counter-terrorist regime is in force there.
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