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RUSSIA-DEFENCE/DRILLS
RTX73SPJ
September 20, 2019
Russian Mi-35 attack helicopters fire during the military exercises known as "Centre-2019" at the range...
Dagestan, Russia
Russian Mi-35 helicopters fire during military exercises in Dagestan
Russian Mi-35 attack helicopters fire during the military exercises known as "Centre-2019" at the range Turali on the Caspian Sea coast in the Republic of Dagestan, Russia September 20, 2019. REUTERS/Sergey Pivovarov
RUSSIA-DEFENCE/DRILLS
RTX73SOZ
September 20, 2019
A Russian Mi-8 helicopter is seen during the military exercises known as "Centre-2019" at the range Turali...
Dagestan, Russia
A Russian Mi-8 helicopter is seen during military exercises in Dagestan
A Russian Mi-8 helicopter is seen during the military exercises known as "Centre-2019" at the range Turali on the Caspian Sea coast in the Republic of Dagestan, Russia September 20, 2019. REUTERS/Sergey Pivovarov
RUSSIA-DEFENCE/DRILLS
RTX73SOD
September 20, 2019
Russian Mi-35 and Mi-24 attack helicopters fly during the military exercises known as "Centre-2019" at...
Dagestan, Russia
Russian helicopters fire during military exercises in Dagestan
Russian Mi-35 and Mi-24 attack helicopters fly during the military exercises known as "Centre-2019" at the range Turali on the Caspian Sea coast in the Republic of Dagestan, Russia September 20, 2019. REUTERS/Sergey Pivovarov
RUSSIA-DEFENCE/DRILLS
RTX73SO7
September 20, 2019
Russian marines go ashore near a BTR-82A armoured personnel carrier during the military exercises known...
Dagestan, Russia
Russian marines go ashore during military exercises in Dagestan
Russian marines go ashore near a BTR-82A armoured personnel carrier during the military exercises known as "Centre-2019" at the range Turali on the Caspian Sea coast in the Republic of Dagestan, Russia September 20, 2019. REUTERS/Sergey Pivovarov
RUSSIA-DEFENCE/DRILLS
RTX73SNP
September 20, 2019
Russian marines disembark from a Mi-8 helicopter during the military exercises known as "Centre-2019"...
Dagestan, Russia
Russian marines disembark from a helicopter during military exercises in Dagestan
Russian marines disembark from a Mi-8 helicopter during the military exercises known as "Centre-2019" at the range Turali on the Caspian Sea coast in the Republic of Dagestan, Russia September 20, 2019. REUTERS/Sergey Pivovarov
RUSSIA-DEFENCE/DRILLS
RTX73SN3
September 20, 2019
A Russian BTR-82A armoured personnel carrier drives onto the shore during the military exercises known...
Dagestan, Russia
A Russian BTR-82A armoured personnel carrier drives onto the shore during military exercises in Dagestan...
A Russian BTR-82A armoured personnel carrier drives onto the shore during the military exercises known as "Centre-2019" at the range Turali on the Caspian Sea coast in the Republic of Dagestan, Russia September 20, 2019. REUTERS/Sergey Pivovarov
RUSSIA-DEFENCE/DRILLS
RTX73SMT
September 20, 2019
Russian servicemen go ashore during the military exercises known as "Centre-2019" at the range Turali...
Dagestan, Russia
Russian servicemen go ashore during military exercises in Dagestan
Russian servicemen go ashore during the military exercises known as "Centre-2019" at the range Turali on the Caspian Sea coast in the Republic of Dagestan, Russia September 20, 2019. REUTERS/Sergey Pivovarov
RUSSIA-DEFENCE/DRILLS
RTX73SMS
September 20, 2019
Russian Mi-35 attack helicopters fire during the military exercises known as "Centre-2019" at the range...
Dagestan, Russia
Russian Mi-35 helicopters fire during military exercises in Dagestan
Russian Mi-35 attack helicopters fire during the military exercises known as "Centre-2019" at the range Turali on the Caspian Sea coast in the Republic of Dagestan, Russia September 20, 2019. REUTERS/Sergey Pivovarov
RUSSIA-PUTIN/UNITED-RUSSIA
RTX6HNWK
December 08, 2018
Head of Dagestan Vladimir Vasilyev attends United Russia political party annual convention in Moscow,...
Moscow, Russia
Head of Dagestan Vasilyev attends United Russia political party annual convention in Moscow
Head of Dagestan Vladimir Vasilyev attends United Russia political party annual convention in Moscow, Russia December 8, 2018. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
MMA-UFC-UFC229/
RTX6EDAW
October 08, 2018
Supporters of Russia's Khabib Nurmagomedov, UFC lightweight champion who defeated Conor McGregor of Ireland...
Kaspiysk, Russia
Supporters of Russia's Nurmagomedov, UFC lightweight champion who defeated McGregor of Ireland in the...
Supporters of Russia's Khabib Nurmagomedov, UFC lightweight champion who defeated Conor McGregor of Ireland in the main event of UFC 229, cheer during the ceremony of honouring him at Anzhi Arena in Kaspiysk, a city in the republic of Dagestan, Russia October 8, 2018. Picture taken October 8, 2018. REUTERS/Said Tsarnayev
MMA-UFC-UFC229/
RTX6EDAR
October 08, 2018
Dagestan's acting Minister of Physical Culture and Sports, Magomed Magomedov, Khabib Nurmagomedov, UFC...
Kaspiysk, Russia
Dagestan's acting Minister of Physical Culture and Sports, Magomed Magomedov, UFC lightweight champion...
Dagestan's acting Minister of Physical Culture and Sports, Magomed Magomedov, Khabib Nurmagomedov, UFC lightweight champion who defeated Conor McGregor of Ireland in the main event of UFC 229, and his father, military serviceman and wrestler Abdulmanap Nurmagomedov, attend the ceremony of honouring for Khabib Nurmagomedov at Anzhi Arena in Kaspiysk, a city in the republic of Dagestan, Russia October 8, 2018. Picture taken October 8, 2018. REUTERS/Said Tsarnayev
MMA-UFC-UFC229/
RTX6EDA2
October 08, 2018
Russia's Khabib Nurmagomedov, UFC lightweight champion who defeated Conor McGregor of Ireland in the...
Kaspiysk, Russia
Russia's Nurmagomedov, UFC lightweight champion who defeated McGregor of Ireland in the main event of...
Russia's Khabib Nurmagomedov, UFC lightweight champion who defeated Conor McGregor of Ireland in the main event of UFC 229, attends the ceremony of honouring him at Anzhi Arena in Kaspiysk, a city in the republic of Dagestan, Russia October 8, 2018. Picture taken October 8, 2018. REUTERS/Said Tsarnayev
MMA-UFC-UFC229/
RTX6ED9W
October 08, 2018
Russia's Khabib Nurmagomedov, UFC lightweight champion who defeated Conor McGregor of Ireland in the...
Kaspiysk, Russia
Russia's Nurmagomedov, UFC lightweight champion who defeated McGregor of Ireland in the main event of...
Russia's Khabib Nurmagomedov, UFC lightweight champion who defeated Conor McGregor of Ireland in the main event of UFC 229, speaks during the ceremony of honouring him at Anzhi Arena in Kaspiysk, a city in the republic of Dagestan, Russia October 8, 2018. Picture taken October 8, 2018. REUTERS/Said Tsarnayev
MMA-UFC-UFC229/
RTX6ED9V
October 08, 2018
Russia's Khabib Nurmagomedov, UFC lightweight champion who defeated Conor McGregor of Ireland in the...
Kaspiysk, Russia
Russia's Nurmagomedov, UFC lightweight champion who defeated McGregor of Ireland in the main event of...
Russia's Khabib Nurmagomedov, UFC lightweight champion who defeated Conor McGregor of Ireland in the main event of UFC 229, speaks during the ceremony of honouring him at Anzhi Arena in Kaspiysk, a city in the republic of Dagestan, Russia October 8, 2018. Picture taken October 8, 2018. REUTERS/Said Tsarnayev
FIGHTING-MMA/UFC-UFC229-REACTION
RTX6E5VY
October 07, 2018
A traffic police officer attempts to stop a car as supporters of Russia's Khabib Nurmagomedov, UFC lightweight...
Makhachkala, Russia
Supporters of Russia's Nurmagomedov celebrate his victory over McGregor of Ireland in the main event...
A traffic police officer attempts to stop a car as supporters of Russia's Khabib Nurmagomedov, UFC lightweight champion who defeated Conor McGregor of Ireland in the main event of UFC 229, take part in celebrations in Makhachkala, the capital of the Republic of Dagestan, Russia October 7, 2018. REUTERS/Cis
FIGHTING-MMA/UFC-UFC229-REACTION
RTX6E5VW
October 07, 2018
Supporters of Russia's Khabib Nurmagomedov, UFC lightweight champion who defeated Conor McGregor of Ireland...
Makhachkala, Russia
Supporters of Russia's Nurmagomedov celebrate his victory over McGregor of Ireland in the main event...
Supporters of Russia's Khabib Nurmagomedov, UFC lightweight champion who defeated Conor McGregor of Ireland in the main event of UFC 229, take part in celebrations in Makhachkala, the capital of the Republic of Dagestan, Russia October 7, 2018. REUTERS/Kazbek Basayev
FIGHTING-MMA/UFC-UFC229-REACTION
RTX6E5VU
October 07, 2018
Supporters of Russia's Khabib Nurmagomedov, UFC lightweight champion who defeated Conor McGregor of Ireland...
Makhachkala, Russia
Supporters of Russia's Nurmagomedov celebrate his victory over McGregor of Ireland in the main event...
Supporters of Russia's Khabib Nurmagomedov, UFC lightweight champion who defeated Conor McGregor of Ireland in the main event of UFC 229, take part in celebrations in Makhachkala, the capital of the Republic of Dagestan, Russia October 7, 2018. REUTERS/Kazbek Basayev
RUSSIA-MILITARY/TANK BIATHLON
RTS19NGZ
July 29, 2017
Ramazan Abdulatipov, head of the southern Russian region of Dagestan, greets Special Presidential Representative...
ALABINO, Russia
Ramazan Abdulatipov, head of the southern Russian region of Dagestan, greets Special Presidential Representative...
Ramazan Abdulatipov, head of the southern Russian region of Dagestan, greets Special Presidential Representative for Environmental Protection, Ecology and Transport Sergei Ivanov as they arrive for the opening ceremony of the International Army Games 2017 in Alabino, outside Moscow, Russia, July 29, 2017. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
RUSSIA-POLITICS/
RTSOYFY
September 22, 2016
Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) greets Nurbagand Nurbagandov (C) and Kumsiyat Nurbagandova, parents...
Moscow, Russia
Russian President Putin attends awarding ceremony in Moscow
Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) greets Nurbagand Nurbagandov (C) and Kumsiyat Nurbagandova, parents of Russian police officer Magomed Nurbagandov, who was recently killed by militants in Dagestan, during an awarding ceremony at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia, September 22, 2016. REUTERS/Ivan Sekretarev/Pool
RUSSIA-POLITICS/
RTSOYFU
September 22, 2016
Russian President Vladimir Putin greets Nurbagand Nurbagandov and Kumsiyat Nurbagandova, parents of Russian...
Moscow, Russia
Russian President Putin attends awarding ceremony in Moscow
Russian President Vladimir Putin greets Nurbagand Nurbagandov and Kumsiyat Nurbagandova, parents of Russian police officer Magomed Nurbagandov, who was recently killed by militants in Dagestan, during an awarding ceremony at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia, September 22, 2016. REUTERS/Ivan Sekretarev/Pool
RUSSIA-POLITICS/
RTSOYFL
September 22, 2016
Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) poses for a picture with Nurbagand Nurbagandov (R) and Kumsiyat...
Moscow, Russia
Russian President Putin attends awarding ceremony in Moscow
Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) poses for a picture with Nurbagand Nurbagandov (R) and Kumsiyat Nurbagandova, parents of Russian police officer Magomed Nurbagandov, who was recently killed by militants in Dagestan, during an awarding ceremony at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia, September 22, 2016. REUTERS/Ivan Sekretarev/Pool
TURKEY-BLAST/RUSSIA
RTSHJC9
July 12, 2016
Local residents attend a prayer at the cemetery in the village of Ikon-Khalk in Dagestan, Russia, July...
Ikon-Khalk, Russia
Local residents attend a prayer at the cemetery in the village of Ikon-Khalk
Local residents attend a prayer at the cemetery in the village of Ikon-Khalk in Dagestan, Russia, July 5, 2016. Picture taken July 5, 2016. REUTERS/Kazbek Basayev
TURKEY-BLAST/RUSSIA
RTSHJC8
July 12, 2016
Local residents attend a prayer at the cemetery in the village of Ikon-Khalk in Dagestan, Russia, July...
Ikon-Khalk, Russia
Local residents attend a prayer at the cemetery in the village of Ikon-Khalk
Local residents attend a prayer at the cemetery in the village of Ikon-Khalk in Dagestan, Russia, July 5, 2016. Picture taken July 5, 2016. REUTERS/Kazbek Basayev
RUSSIA-MILITANTS/
RTX2E6UT
May 13, 2016
An aerial view of the Dagestan capital of Makhachkala March 24, 2012. To match Special Report RUSSIA-MILITANTS/...
Makhachkala, Russia
Aerial view of the Dagestan capital of Makhachkala
An aerial view of the Dagestan capital of Makhachkala March 24, 2012. To match Special Report RUSSIA-MILITANTS/ REUTERS/Grigory Dukor/File Photo
RUSSIA-MILITANTS/
RTX2E6UR
May 13, 2016
Magomed Aligadjiev, the father of Islamist militant Akhmed Aligadjiev, who is believed to be in Syria,...
Gymry, Russia
Father of Islamist militant Aligadjiev points at a mosque near the village of Gimry in Dagestan
Magomed Aligadjiev, the father of Islamist militant Akhmed Aligadjiev, who is believed to be in Syria, points at a mosque near the village of Gimry in Dagestan, Russia, January 27, 2016. To match Special Report RUSSIA-MILITANTS/ REUTERS/Maria Tsvetkova
RUSSIA-MILITANTS/
RTX2E6UP
May 13, 2016
Suleiban Rabadanov, the father of alleged Islamic State fighter Magomed Rabadanov, looks at a bull in...
Kurdyukovskoye, Russia
Father of alleged Islamic State fighter Rabadanov looks at bull in his backyard in the village of Kurdyukovskoye...
Suleiban Rabadanov, the father of alleged Islamic State fighter Magomed Rabadanov, looks at a bull in his backyard in the village of Kurdyukovskoye in Dagestan, Russia, January 29, 2016. To match Special Report RUSSIA-MILITANTS/ REUTERS/Maria Tsvetkova
RUSSIA-DAGESTAN/ATTACK
RTX20HQQ
December 30, 2015
People visit the Naryn-Kala fortress in the Caspian Sea coastal city of Derbent, in Dagestan, Russia,...
DERBENT, Russia
People visit the Naryn-Kala fortress in the Caspian Sea coastal city of Derbent
People visit the Naryn-Kala fortress in the Caspian Sea coastal city of Derbent, in Dagestan, Russia, May 15, 2010. A gunman opened fire on a group of tourists visiting the historic fortress in Dagestan in southern Russia on the evening of December 29, 2015, killing one and injuring eleven, an official in the region's health ministry said on December 30. Picture taken May 15, 2010. REUTERS/Sergei Rasulov/NewsTeam
RUSSIA-DAGESTAN/ATTACK
RTX20HQO
December 30, 2015
People visit a viewing platform at the Naryn-Kala fortress in the Caspian Sea coastal city of Derbent,...
DERBENT, Russia
People visit a viewing platform at the Naryn-Kala fortress in the Caspian Sea coastal city of Derbent...
People visit a viewing platform at the Naryn-Kala fortress in the Caspian Sea coastal city of Derbent, in Dagestan, Russia, May 15, 2010. A gunman opened fire on a group of tourists visiting the historic fortress in Dagestan in southern Russia on the evening of December 29, 2015, killing one and injuring eleven, an official in the region's health ministry said on December 30. Picture taken May 15, 2010. REUTERS/Sergei Rasulov/NewsTeam TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
RUSSIA-MILITARY/
RTX1N66E
August 05, 2015
Chinese (L) and Russian armoured personnel carriers (APC) drive on a course of the Caspian Derby-2015...
Kaspiyskr, Russia
Chinese and Russian armoured personnel carriers drive on course of Caspian Derby-2015 international naval...
Chinese (L) and Russian armoured personnel carriers (APC) drive on a course of the Caspian Derby-2015 international naval contest during the International Army Games-2015 in the Dagestan's port city of Kaspiysk, Russia, August 5, 2015. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
RUSSIA-MILITARY/
RTX1N66D
August 05, 2015
Russian navy servicemen leave an armoured personnel carrier (APC) as they take part in the Caspian Derby-2015...
Kaspiyskr, Russia
Russian navy servicemen leave armoured personnel carrier as they take part in Caspian Derby-2015 international...
Russian navy servicemen leave an armoured personnel carrier (APC) as they take part in the Caspian Derby-2015 international naval contest during the International Army Games-2015 in the Dagestan's port city of Kaspiysk, Russia, August 5, 2015. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
RUSSIA-MILITARY/
RTX1N667
August 05, 2015
A Chinese armoured personnel carrier (APC) drives on a course of the Caspian Derby-2015 international...
Kaspiyskr, Russia
Chinese armoured personnel carrier drives on course of Caspian Derby-2015 international naval contest...
A Chinese armoured personnel carrier (APC) drives on a course of the Caspian Derby-2015 international naval contest during the International Army Games-2015 in the Dagestan's port city of Kaspiysk, Russia, August 5, 2015. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
RUSSIA-MILITARY/
RTX1N666
August 05, 2015
Russian (front) and Chinese armoured personnel carriers (APC) drive on a course of the Caspian Derby-2015...
Kaspiyskr, Russia
Russian and Chinese armoured personnel carriers drive on course of Caspian Derby-2015 international naval...
Russian (front) and Chinese armoured personnel carriers (APC) drive on a course of the Caspian Derby-2015 international naval contest during the International Army Games-2015 in the Dagestan's port city of Kaspiysk, Russia, August 5, 2015. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
RUSSIA-MILITARY/
RTX1N61E
August 05, 2015
Chinese tank crew members get into a tank as they take part at the Caspian Derby- 2015 international...
Kaspiyskr, Russia
Chinese tank crew members get into tank as they take part at Caspian Derby-2015 international naval contest...
Chinese tank crew members get into a tank as they take part at the Caspian Derby- 2015 international naval contest during the International Army Games-2015 in the Dagestan's port city of Kaspiysk, Russia, August 5, 2015. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
RUSSIA/
RTX171XA
January 04, 2014
Policemen stand near a Christmas tree in the centre of Volgograd January 4, 2014. The suspected involvement...
Volgograd, Russia
Policemen stand near a Christmas tree in the centre of Volgograd
Policemen stand near a Christmas tree in the centre of Volgograd January 4, 2014. The suspected involvement of converts to Islam in Russian suicide bombings points to the growing reach of jihadists far beyond the Muslim provinces of Chechnya and Dagestan, where insurgency and separatism have simmered for two decades. Russian news media say the authorities suspect an ethnic-Russian convert to Islam may have been behind one of the two suicide bombings that killed a total of 34 people in the past two days in Volgograd, a southern Russian city. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
RUSSIA/
RTX171X8
January 04, 2014
Policemen stand near a Christmas tree in the centre of Volgograd January 4, 2014. The suspected involvement...
Volgograd, Russia
Policemen stand near a Christmas tree in the centre of Volgograd
Policemen stand near a Christmas tree in the centre of Volgograd January 4, 2014. The suspected involvement of converts to Islam in Russian suicide bombings points to the growing reach of jihadists far beyond the Muslim provinces of Chechnya and Dagestan, where insurgency and separatism have simmered for two decades. Russian news media say the authorities suspect an ethnic-Russian convert to Islam may have been behind one of the two suicide bombings that killed a total of 34 people in the past two days in Volgograd, a southern Russian city. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
RUSSIA/
RTX171X7
January 04, 2014
A policeman stands near a Christmas tree in the centre of Volgograd January 4, 2014. The suspected involvement...
Volgograd, Russia
A policeman stands near a Christmas tree in the centre of Volgograd
A policeman stands near a Christmas tree in the centre of Volgograd January 4, 2014. The suspected involvement of converts to Islam in Russian suicide bombings points to the growing reach of jihadists far beyond the Muslim provinces of Chechnya and Dagestan, where insurgency and separatism have simmered for two decades. Russian news media say the authorities suspect an ethnic-Russian convert to Islam may have been behind one of the two suicide bombings that killed a total of 34 people in the past two days in Volgograd, a southern Russian city. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
RUSSIA/
RTX171X3
January 04, 2014
Policemen walk past Christmas installations in the centre of Volgograd January 4, 2014. The suspected...
Volgograd, Russia
Policemen walk past Christmas installations in the centre of Volgograd
Policemen walk past Christmas installations in the centre of Volgograd January 4, 2014. The suspected involvement of converts to Islam in Russian suicide bombings points to the growing reach of jihadists far beyond the Muslim provinces of Chechnya and Dagestan, where insurgency and separatism have simmered for two decades. Russian news media say the authorities suspect an ethnic-Russian convert to Islam may have been behind one of the two suicide bombings that killed a total of 34 people in the past two days in Volgograd, a southern Russian city. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (RUSSIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTX170OS
January 03, 2014
Pallbearers carry the coffin during the funeral of Valentsina Shapkina, 59, who was killed in a suicide...
Volgograd, Russia
Pallbearers carry coffin during the funeral of Shapkina, killed by suicide bomb blast in trolley bus...
Pallbearers carry the coffin during the funeral of Valentsina Shapkina, 59, who was killed in a suicide bomb blast in trolley bus, in Volgograd, January 3, 2014. The suspected involvement of converts to Islam in Russian suicide bombings points to the growing reach of jihadists far beyond the Muslim provinces of Chechnya and Dagestan, where insurgency and separatism have simmered for two decades. Russian news media say the authorities suspect an ethnic-Russian convert to Islam may have been behind one of the two suicide bombings that killed a total of 34 people in Volgograd, a southern Russian city. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER CRIME LAW OBITUARY)
RUSSIA-BLAST/CAUCASUS
RTX170OJ
January 03, 2014
A woman carries a portrait of Valentsina Shapkina, 59, who was killed in a suicide bomb blast in a trolley...
Volgograd, Russia
A woman carries a portrait of Valentsina Shapkina, 59, who was killed in a suicide bomb blast in a trolley...
A woman carries a portrait of Valentsina Shapkina, 59, who was killed in a suicide bomb blast in a trolley bus, in Volgograd, January 3, 2014. The suspected involvement of converts to Islam in Russian suicide bombings points to the growing reach of jihadists far beyond the Muslim provinces of Chechnya and Dagestan, where insurgency and separatism have simmered for two decades. Russian news media say the authorities suspect an ethnic-Russian convert to Islam may have been behind one of the two suicide bombings that killed a total of 34 people in Volgograd, a southern Russian city. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER CRIME LAW OBITUARY)
RUSSIA/
RTX16ZYS
January 02, 2014
Russian cossacks look at portraits of people suspected of involvement in terrorist acts, released by...
Volgograd, Russia
Russian cossacks look at portraits of people suspected of involvement in terrorist acts, released by...
Russian cossacks look at portraits of people suspected of involvement in terrorist acts, released by the Ministry of Internal Affairs, in central Volgograd, January 2, 2014. The suspected involvement of converts to Islam in Russian suicide bombings points to the growing reach of jihadists far beyond the Muslim provinces of Chechnya and Dagestan, where insurgency and separatism have simmered for two decades. Russian news media say the authorities suspect an ethnic-Russian convert to Islam may have been behind one of the two suicide bombings that killed a total of 34 people in the past two days in Volgograd, a southern Russian city. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER CRIME LAW)
RUSSIA/
RTX16ZY5
January 02, 2014
Russian policemen patrol in central Volgograd, January 2, 2014. The suspected involvement of converts...
Volgograd, Russia
Russian policemen patrol in central Volgograd
Russian policemen patrol in central Volgograd, January 2, 2014. The suspected involvement of converts to Islam in Russian suicide bombings points to the growing reach of jihadists far beyond the Muslim provinces of Chechnya and Dagestan, where insurgency and separatism have simmered for two decades. Russian news media say the authorities suspect an ethnic-Russian convert to Islam may have been behind one of the two suicide bombings that killed a total of 34 people in the past two days in Volgograd, a southern Russian city. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER CRIME LAW)
RUSSIA/
RTX16ZY3
January 02, 2014
A Russian cossack checks a trolley bus during a patrol in central Volgograd, January 2, 2014. The suspected...
Volgograd, Russia
A Russian cossack checks a trolley bus during a patrol in central Volgograd
A Russian cossack checks a trolley bus during a patrol in central Volgograd, January 2, 2014. The suspected involvement of converts to Islam in Russian suicide bombings points to the growing reach of jihadists far beyond the Muslim provinces of Chechnya and Dagestan, where insurgency and separatism have simmered for two decades. Russian news media say the authorities suspect an ethnic-Russian convert to Islam may have been behind one of the two suicide bombings that killed a total of 34 people in the past two days in Volgograd, a southern Russian city. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER CRIME LAW)
RUSSIA/
RTX16ZY0
January 02, 2014
Russian cossacks check a man's papers during a patrol in central Volgograd, January 2, 2014. The suspected...
Volgograd, Russia
Russian cossacks check a man's papers during a patrol in central Volgograd
Russian cossacks check a man's papers during a patrol in central Volgograd, January 2, 2014. The suspected involvement of converts to Islam in Russian suicide bombings points to the growing reach of jihadists far beyond the Muslim provinces of Chechnya and Dagestan, where insurgency and separatism have simmered for two decades. Russian news media say the authorities suspect an ethnic-Russian convert to Islam may have been behind one of the two suicide bombings that killed a total of 34 people in the past two days in Volgograd, a southern Russian city. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER CRIME LAW)
RUSSIA/
RTX16ZXW
January 02, 2014
Russian cossacks check a man's belongings during a patrol in central Volgograd, January 2, 2014. The...
Volgograd, Russia
Russian cossacks check a man's belongings during a patrol in central Volgograd
Russian cossacks check a man's belongings during a patrol in central Volgograd, January 2, 2014. The suspected involvement of converts to Islam in Russian suicide bombings points to the growing reach of jihadists far beyond the Muslim provinces of Chechnya and Dagestan, where insurgency and separatism have simmered for two decades. Russian news media say the authorities suspect an ethnic-Russian convert to Islam may have been behind one of the two suicide bombings that killed a total of 34 people in the past two days in Volgograd, a southern Russian city. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER CRIME LAW)
RUSSIA/
RTX16ZXM
January 02, 2014
Russian Cossacks check a car during a patrol in central Volgograd, January 2, 2014. The suspected involvement...
Volgograd, Russia
Russian Cossacks check a car during a patrol in central Volgograd
Russian Cossacks check a car during a patrol in central Volgograd, January 2, 2014. The suspected involvement of converts to Islam in Russian suicide bombings points to the growing reach of jihadists far beyond the Muslim provinces of Chechnya and Dagestan, where insurgency and separatism have simmered for two decades. Russian news media say the authorities suspect an ethnic-Russian convert to Islam may have been behind one of the two suicide bombings that killed a total of 34 people in the past two days in Volgograd, a southern Russian city. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER CRIME LAW)
RUSSIA/
RTX16ZXK
January 02, 2014
Russian cossacks patrol in central Volgograd, January 2, 2014. The suspected involvement of converts...
Volgograd, Russia
Russian cossacks patrol in central Volgograd
Russian cossacks patrol in central Volgograd, January 2, 2014. The suspected involvement of converts to Islam in Russian suicide bombings points to the growing reach of jihadists far beyond the Muslim provinces of Chechnya and Dagestan, where insurgency and separatism have simmered for two decades. Russian news media say the authorities suspect an ethnic-Russian convert to Islam may have been behind one of the two suicide bombings that killed a total of 34 people in the past two days in Volgograd, a southern Russian city. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER CRIME LAW)
RUSSIA/
RTX16ZXH
January 02, 2014
Russian police stand in a shopping centre in central Volgograd, January 2, 2014. The suspected involvement...
Volgograd, Russia
Russian police stand in shopping centre in central Volgograd
Russian police stand in a shopping centre in central Volgograd, January 2, 2014. The suspected involvement of converts to Islam in Russian suicide bombings points to the growing reach of jihadists far beyond the Muslim provinces of Chechnya and Dagestan, where insurgency and separatism have simmered for two decades. Russian news media say the authorities suspect an ethnic-Russian convert to Islam may have been behind one of the two suicide bombings that killed a total of 34 people in the past two days in Volgograd, a southern Russian city. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER CRIME LAW)
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January 02, 2014
A Russian policewoman watches as people walk in and out of shopping centre in central Volgograd, January...
Volgograd, Russia
A Russian policewoman watches as people walk in and out of shopping centre in central Volgograd
A Russian policewoman watches as people walk in and out of shopping centre in central Volgograd, January 2, 2014. The suspected involvement of converts to Islam in Russian suicide bombings points to the growing reach of jihadists far beyond the Muslim provinces of Chechnya and Dagestan, where insurgency and separatism have simmered for two decades. Russian news media say the authorities suspect an ethnic-Russian convert to Islam may have been behind one of the two suicide bombings that killed a total of 34 people in the past two days in Volgograd, a southern Russian city. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (RUSSIA - Tags: CRIME LAW DISASTER POLITICS)
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January 02, 2014
People attend the funeral honors of Russian police senior sergeant Dmitry Makovkin who was killed by...
Volgograd, Russia
People attend the funeral honors of Makovkin who was killed by a suicide bomb blast in the city main...
People attend the funeral honors of Russian police senior sergeant Dmitry Makovkin who was killed by a suicide bomb blast in the city main railway station in Volgograd, January 2, 2014. The suspected involvement of converts to Islam in Russian suicide bombings points to the growing reach of jihadists far beyond the Muslim provinces of Chechnya and Dagestan, where insurgency and separatism have simmered for two decades. Russian news media say the authorities suspect an ethnic-Russian convert to Islam may have been behind one of the two suicide bombings that killed a total of 34 people in the past two days in Volgograd, a southern Russian city. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER CRIME LAW OBITUARY)
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RTX16ZT2
January 02, 2014
People attend the funeral honors of Russian police senior sergeant Dmitry Makovkin who was killed by...
Volgograd, Russia
People attend the funeral honors of Makovkin who was killed by a suicide bomb blast in the city main...
People attend the funeral honors of Russian police senior sergeant Dmitry Makovkin who was killed by a suicide bomb blast in the city main railway station in Volgograd, January 2, 2014. The suspected involvement of converts to Islam in Russian suicide bombings points to the growing reach of jihadists far beyond the Muslim provinces of Chechnya and Dagestan, where insurgency and separatism have simmered for two decades. Russian news media say the authorities suspect an ethnic-Russian convert to Islam may have been behind one of the two suicide bombings that killed a total of 34 people in the past two days in Volgograd, a southern Russian city. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER CRIME LAW OBITUARY)
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RTX16ZT0
January 02, 2014
People attend the funeral honors of Russian police senior sergeant Dmitry Makovkin who was killed by...
Volgograd, Russia
People attend the funeral honors of Makovkin who was killed by a suicide bomb blast in the city main...
People attend the funeral honors of Russian police senior sergeant Dmitry Makovkin who was killed by a suicide bomb blast in the city main railway station in Volgograd, January 2, 2014. The suspected involvement of converts to Islam in Russian suicide bombings points to the growing reach of jihadists far beyond the Muslim provinces of Chechnya and Dagestan, where insurgency and separatism have simmered for two decades. Russian news media say the authorities suspect an ethnic-Russian convert to Islam may have been behind one of the two suicide bombings that killed a total of 34 people in the past two days in Volgograd, a southern Russian city. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER CRIME LAW OBITUARY)
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RTX16ZSU
January 02, 2014
An honor guard takes part in the funeral honors of Russian police senior sergeant Dmitry Makovkin who...
Volgograd, Russia
An honor guard takes part in the funeral honors of Makovkin who was killed by a suicide bomb blast in...
An honor guard takes part in the funeral honors of Russian police senior sergeant Dmitry Makovkin who was killed by a suicide bomb blast in the city main railway station, with a black ribbon attached to the Russian national flag, in Volgograd, January 2, 2014. The suspected involvement of converts to Islam in Russian suicide bombings points to the growing reach of jihadists far beyond the Muslim provinces of Chechnya and Dagestan, where insurgency and separatism have simmered for two decades. Russian news media say the authorities suspect an ethnic-Russian convert to Islam may have been behind one of the two suicide bombings that killed a total of 34 people in the past two days in Volgograd, a southern Russian city. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER CRIME LAW OBITUARY)
RUSSIA-BLAST/CAUCASUS
RTX16ZSG
January 02, 2014
A police officer carries a portrait of Russian police senior sergeant Dmitry Makovkin who was killed...
Volgograd, Russia
A police officer carries a portrait of Russian police senior sergeant Dmitry Makovkin who was killed...
A police officer carries a portrait of Russian police senior sergeant Dmitry Makovkin who was killed by a suicide bomb blast in the city main railway station, in front of the funeral procession carrying Makovkin's coffin in Volgograd, January 2, 2014. The suspected involvement of converts to Islam in Russian suicide bombings points to the growing reach of jihadists far beyond the Muslim provinces of Chechnya and Dagestan, where insurgency and separatism have simmered for two decades. Russian news media say the authorities suspect an ethnic-Russian convert to Islam may have been behind one of the two suicide bombings that killed a total of 34 people in the past two days in Volgograd, a southern Russian city. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER CRIME LAW OBITUARY)
RUSSIA-BLAST/CAUCASUS
RTX16ZSC
January 02, 2014
Pallbearers carry the coffin during the funeral honors of Russian police senior sergeant Dmitry Makovkin...
Volgograd, Russia
Pallbearers carry the coffin during the funeral honors of Russian police senior sergeant Dmitry Makovkin...
Pallbearers carry the coffin during the funeral honors of Russian police senior sergeant Dmitry Makovkin who was killed by a suicide bomb blast in the city main railway station in Volgograd January 2, 2014. The suspected involvement of converts to Islam in Russian suicide bombings points to the growing reach of jihadists far beyond the Muslim provinces of Chechnya and Dagestan, where insurgency and separatism have simmered for two decades. Russian news media say the authorities suspect an ethnic-Russian convert to Islam may have been behind one of the two suicide bombings that killed a total of 34 people in the past two days in Volgograd, a southern Russian city. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER CRIME LAW OBITUARY)
RUSSIA-BLAST/CAUCASUS
RTX16ZSB
January 02, 2014
Pallbearers carry the coffin during the funeral honors of Russian police senior sergeant Dmitry Makovkin...
Volgograd, Russia
Pallbearers carry the coffin during the funeral honors of Russian police senior sergeant Dmitry Makovkin...
Pallbearers carry the coffin during the funeral honors of Russian police senior sergeant Dmitry Makovkin who was killed by a suicide bomb blast in the city main railway station in Volgograd January 2, 2014. The suspected involvement of converts to Islam in Russian suicide bombings points to the growing reach of jihadists far beyond the Muslim provinces of Chechnya and Dagestan, where insurgency and separatism have simmered for two decades. Russian news media say the authorities suspect an ethnic-Russian convert to Islam may have been behind one of the two suicide bombings that killed a total of 34 people in the past two days in Volgograd, a southern Russian city. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER CRIME LAW OBITUARY)
RUSSIA-BLAST/CAUCASUS
RTX16ZRW
January 02, 2014
A portrait of Russian police senior sergeant Dmitry Makovkin, who was killed in a suicide bomb blast...
Volgograd, Russia
Portrait of Russian police senior sergeant Makovkin, who was killed in a suicide bomb blast, is displayed...
A portrait of Russian police senior sergeant Dmitry Makovkin, who was killed in a suicide bomb blast at the city's main railway station, is displayed at a funeral service in Volgograd, January 2, 2014. The suicide bomb blast at Volgograd's main railway station on Sunday afternoon killed at least 18 people. The suspected involvement of converts to Islam in Russian suicide bombings points to the growing reach of jihadists far beyond the Muslim provinces of Chechnya and Dagestan, where insurgency and separatism have simmered for two decades. Russian news media say the authorities suspect an ethnic-Russian convert to Islam may have been behind the first of two suicide bombings that killed a total of 34 people in the past two days in Volgograd, a southern Russian city. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER CRIME LAW OBITUARY)
RUSSIA-BLAST/CAUCASUS
RTX16ZRQ
January 02, 2014
Pallbearers carry the coffin of Tatyana Khakimova, born in 1976, who was killed in a suicide bomb blast...
Volgograd, Russia
Pallbearers carry coffin of Tatyana Khakimova, who was killed in a suicide bomb blast at the city's main...
Pallbearers carry the coffin of Tatyana Khakimova, born in 1976, who was killed in a suicide bomb blast at the city's main railway station, during her funeral in Volgograd, January 2, 2014. The suicide bomb blast at Volgograd's main railway station on Sunday afternoon killed at least 18 people. The suspected involvement of converts to Islam in Russian suicide bombings points to the growing reach of jihadists far beyond the Muslim provinces of Chechnya and Dagestan, where insurgency and separatism have simmered for two decades. Russian news media say the authorities suspect an ethnic-Russian convert to Islam may have been behind one of the two suicide bombings that killed a total of 34 people in the past two days in Volgograd, a southern Russian city. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER CRIME LAW OBITUARY)
RUSSIA-BLAST/CAUCASUS
RTX16ZRP
January 02, 2014
A woman carries a photo of Tatyana Khakimova, born in 1976, who was killed in a suicide bomb blast at...
Volgograd, Russia
Woman carries a photo of Tatyana Khakimova, who was killed in a suicide bomb blast at the city's main...
A woman carries a photo of Tatyana Khakimova, born in 1976, who was killed in a suicide bomb blast at the city's main railway station, during a funeral in Volgograd, January 2, 2014. The suspected involvement of converts to Islam in Russian suicide bombings points to the growing reach of jihadists far beyond the Muslim provinces of Chechnya and Dagestan, where insurgency and separatism have simmered for two decades. Russian news media say the authorities suspect an ethnic-Russian convert to Islam may have been behind one of the two suicide bombings that killed a total of 34 people in the past two days in Volgograd, a southern Russian city. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER CRIME LAW OBITUARY)
OLYMPICS-RUSSIA/
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October 09, 2013
Khudibakhsh Khasonov from Dagestan bounces on a trampoline at the beach in central Sochi September 19,...
Sochi, Russia
Khasonov from Dagestan bounces on a trampoline at the beach in central Sochi
Khudibakhsh Khasonov from Dagestan bounces on a trampoline at the beach in central Sochi September 19, 2013. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY SPORT OLYMPICS ENVIRONMENT)
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September 23, 2013
RUSSIA-CAUCASUS/BOMBING - Map of Russia locating Dagestan region where a suicide bomber killed two people...
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RUSSIA-CAUCASUS/BOMBING - Map of Russia locating Dagestan region where a suicide bomber killed two people and injured 20 on Monday
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