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MOSCOW, June 16 /TASS/. Russians were not hurt in recent terror attacks in Chad, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday.
A series of suicide bomb explosions shook the African state’s capital N’Djamena on Monday, June 15. Suicide bombers blew themselves up outside the army and law enforcement buildings.
"As a result, approximately 30 people were killed and more than a hundred were injured. Nigeria’s extremist Boko Haram group could be linked to the attacks. The army units of sub-regional states, including Chad, have joined ranks to fight Boko Haram," the Russian Foreign Ministry went on to say.
"There are not casualties among Russians. We hope the master minders of that bloody crime will be punished," the ministry said.