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NAZRAN, August 19 (Itar-Tass) — Following the act of terror in Ingushetia, the republic’s Head Yunus-Bek Yevkurov convened an emergency meeting of Ingushetia’s anti-terror commission on Sunday.
The act of terror in the village of Sagapshi – is “a blasphemous, lowdown attack made on the first day of Id-Al-Fitr holiday, respected by all Muslims,” he said. “The suicide bomber’s identity is recognisable, and it will be known. We know supposedly who he is. We know who has organised and prepared the act of terror.”
He said that in the morning on Sunday, the suicide bomber approached a group of policemen who had come to funeral of their colleague and started the self-made explosive device. Yevkurov confirmed that the act of terror claimed seven policemen and injured twelve. The head of the republic is convinced the act of terror is connected with the firing in Magolbek on Saturday, where a policeman was killed.