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Republican President Magomedsalam Magomedov told Izvestia who may be behind the latest terrorist act in Makhachkala and why security officers failed to prevent it.
The double terrorist act at a police precinct in Makhachkala which killed 13 people could have been staged by brother and sister Aliyevs. Investigators believe they were among a group of suicide bombers who have been searched for since April. Law enforcers said the terrorist act was organized by 24-year old Makhachkala warlord Gusein Mamayev nicknamed Khamza. Police estimate five suicide bombers are at large and new explosions can rock any town in Russia.