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MOSCOW, November 16, /ITAR-TASS/. Dmitry Sokolov, the civil husband of suicide terrorist Naida Asiyalova, and his four accomplices were killed in Dagestan, the National Anti-Terror Committee said on Saturday.
“The active phase of the mission is over, five militants, including identified Dmitry Sokolov, were killed. There were no casualties or losses,” the Committee’s representative Andrei Chatsky said.
Representative of the information centre of the National Anti-Terror Committee Andrey Chatsky previously stated that during the negotiations over an anti-terror mission in Dagestan, Dmitry Sokolov recognised his responsibility for the terror acts, including the bus explosion in Volgograd. Terrorists refused to give up, however.