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Militants killed in Dagestan are being identified


http://vestnikkavkaza.net/news/politics/13038.html

The police of Dagestan are identifying the two militants killed in a special operation in Makhachkala on Monday evening, RIA Novosti reports.

The militants were surrounded on 43 Dachnaya Street in Kyakhultay on Monday at 19.00 (Moscow time). They refused to surrender, opened fire and attempted to escape. No police officers were injured.

A counter-terrorism regime came into force at 19.45 (Moscow time). The two militants burned inside the apartment they were renting.

The National Counter-Terrorism Committee said that four militants were killed in Dagestan on Monday. They include a militant leader Israpil Valizhanov, nicknamed Amirhasan, appointed by Doku Umarov in October 2010.

One of the other militants is a cousin of suicide-bomber Maryam Sharipova, who blew up the Lubyanka subway station in Moscow, Kommersant reports.

Magomed Adalayev, a local from Balakhan, was identified among the dead militants.

Sharipova activated the bomb in the Moscow subway on March 29. She was the wife of a Dagestani militant leader, Magomedali Vagabov. Vagabov was killed in Dagestan in August 2010.



Two militants destroyed near Makhachkala

http://www.itar-tass.com/eng/level2.html?NewsID=16166365&PageNum=0

19.04.2011, 11.52

MAKHACHKALA, April 19 (Itar-Tass) -- Two militants were destroyed during a special operation near Makhachkala.

As a source in Dagestan’s law enforcement bodies told ITAR-TASS, “two militants were blocked in a private houses in Dachnaya Street of the village of Kyakhulai at 19.00 Moscow time.” “In answer to the offer to surrender they opened fire at law enforcers and tried to escape. The counterterrorist regime was introduced in the village. As a result of an armed clash, a fire broke out in the house. The house was burnt down,” the source said.

According to his information, while examining the site of the incident, the bodies of two militants and arms were found. There are no victims among law enforcers.

Criminal proceedings were instituted.

2 militants killed in Dagestan


http://english.ruvr.ru/2011/04/19/49130814.html
Apr 19, 2011 09:35 Moscow Time

Two  militants, one of them a woman, were killed by police commandos and security forces outside the  Dagestani capital Makhachkala as part of an overnight sweep.




2 militants killed in Makhachkala suburb


http://english.ruvr.ru/2011/04/19/49126561.html
Apr 19, 2011 00:20 Moscow Time

According to preliminary data, 2 militants have been killed in a Makhachkala suburb.

In the course of a special operation the house where militants were hiding out caught fire. After the blaze is extinguished, task forces will enter the house and details of the operation will become known.

The special operation was conducted in the village Kyahulay. A counter-terrorism operations regime is in place there.




Russian police kills 7 militants in North Caucasus region


http://www.china.org.cn/world/2011-04/19/content_22391770.htm
 Xinhua, April 19, 2011

Russian police forces killed seven militants in separate operations in two of Russian republics in North Caucasus region, according to local media reports.

In Chechnya, local law enforcement agents conducted a special operation near the district of Shatoi and killed three militants, the reports cited Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov as saying.

"One of the slain militants had been identified as a resident of Grozny (Chechnya's capital city)," Kadyrov was quoted by Interfax news agency as saying.

In Dagestan, police killed four militants, including a militant leader Israpil Validzhanov, in Levashinsky region at dawn Monday.

Citing Russia's National Anti-Terrorist Committee, Itar-Tass news agency said the militants fired at police officers who had asked them to stop their cars. Four of the militants were killed in the exchange of fires.

Violence is common in the North Caucasus republics of Chechnya, Dagestan and Ingushetia with militants frequently mounting attacks targeting police officers and authorities.

Moscow has vowed to bring stability to the region via improving social services and raising pensions and salaries as measures to tackle corruption and terror infiltration.


RUR 1 billion to be invested into the energy producing infrastructure objects in Dagestan South


http://www.riadagestan.com/news/2011/04/19/6314/
19.04.2011 , 10:42

Makhachkala, April 19, 2011. In the current year the OJSC “Federal Network Company of United Energy System”, branch “Magistral Power Grids of South” intends to allocate RUR 1 billion for the implementation of repair works and target programs in the southern region. In 2010, the company spent RUR 840 million under the same priority directions. In 2011 within the repair program the company’s specialists are expected to clear 64 hectares of trails, to replace 4,295 insulators, 140 remote struts, to reinforce 140 towers and to renovate 1074 disconnectors.

The target program2011 also includes the replacement of 32,250 pieces of porcelain insulation, 176 kilometers of ground wire and 2,428 units of support-core exclusion. During the year of 2011, more than RUR 7 million will be spent for comprehensive examination and special diagnostic of facilities in deteriorated condition.

Each year the target and repair programs are formed on the basis of data received from diagnostic equipment in the substations and transmission lines. Special attention is given to facilities and technical equipment in need of prompt replacement or reconstruction. The implementation of the target programs along with the repair works serve for complementary measures to ensure the reliability of power facilities.



Duma to back bill protecting children's right in divorce

http://www.itar-tass.com/eng/level2.html?NewsID=16166041

19.04.2011, 10.40

MOSCOW, April 19 (Itar-Tass) - The State Duma lower house of the Russian parliament on Tuesday will consider the 2nd, main reading of the bill expected to put an end to "parents' wars," by regulating children’s rights during divorce.

Under the document, the courts, in reviewing parents' disputes over children will have to determine the child’s place of residence during legal proceedings from the moment a court action is filed. The decision should necessarily take into account the children's opinion and involve guardianship bodies.

An important novelty proposed by the new legislation is the introduction of the norm on penalties, such as fines (from 2,000 roubles to 3,000 roubles) for violating children's rights, to be paid by parents, close relatives or representatives of guardianship bodies.

Penalties include deprivation of the parent's right to see his or her child, deliberate concealment of the child's whereabouts, and obstruction to the parent's using his right to bring up his or her children.

One of the amendment proposed to the 2nd reading specifies that if a parent reoffends within a year, the sum of the fine will increase to 4,000 to 5,000 roubles. An administrative arrest for up to 15 days can apply as well.

Earlier, the United Russia faction at the State Duma said it objected to the proposal to introduce criminal responsibility to far as ten years in prison in the cases related to "parents' wars" during divorces.

The amendments were introduced in the runup to the 2nd reading of the bill, by representatives of Just Russia.

"Our faction will not support the amendments to the legislation, whose authors suggest arrest or excessive punishment for parents, such as imprisonment. You don't want cruelty in these matters. Ten years in jail is too much," deputy chairman of the house committee on civil, criminal, arbitration and procedural legislation Andrei Nazarov stated.

The lower house will also consider the 2nd reading of the bill extend the term of office for Public Chamber members from two to three years.

The legislation was proposed by a group of lawmakers led by well-known political scientist, former Public Chamber member Sergei Markov.

They believe two years are insufficient for fulfilling the tasks facing PC embers. "It is shown by the Public Chamber's working experience since its first convocation in 2005," a lawmaker said.

The State Duma will consider the government bill limiting the number of licensed activities. The measure is explained by the availability of other methods of regulation, such as accreditation, performance review, control and supervision over compliance with technical regulations, mandatory certification and conformity declaration. The document annuls licensing of 17 kinds of activities, including medical and pharmaceutical ones, from January 1, 2013.



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