New terrorist attack claims 15 lives in Russian town

A new terrorist attack took place in the southern Russian town of Volgograd, only a day after an explosion that killed 17.

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  1. Peter

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year !

    Good comment and I can only add that during Putin 99% of their leaders has already been as you call it “negotiated” to their graves. I don’t think Doku Umarov could be the organizer. After Basaev’s head has been separated from the rest of his body (thus according to Quran he cannot pass to their Paradise ) Doku is mostly worried about his own safety and web activities. Today much bigger threat comes from the new generation of terrorists. Many of them are back from Syria , Iraq , Libya and Afghanistan. Yes Doku still can drink our blood especially in the context of Sochi but he is a demoralized bustard to show his nose only once a year. He is a formal leader as they have no other alive advertised trademarks. But now most of the gangs act independently just like Al Qaeda links. Along Volga regions they already do not care much about the Caucasus bandits. As I said today they have experienced jihadists of their own. And no doubt that they all are ruled from outside Russia by people like Bandar bin Sultan.
    (rote, 1 January 2014 10:55)

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  2. Once again, my sincerest condolences to the families of the victims of these shameless crimes and may the victims themselves rest in peace.

    This goes to show that islamic immigration is truly one of the greatest threats to Europe and the European people, for their safety and their well-being.

    I foresee only two solutions to this islamic problem in Russia:

    1) They should secede the territory of the Northern Caucasus and deport every single last Chechen, Dagestani etc. back to these hellholes or,

    2) Third Chechen War, this time, make sure that Doku Umarov and the rest of his henchmen are eliminated without exception and to apply more stringent principles in the region to prevent further terrorist attacks.

    As brutal as this may sound, this is the only way to "negotiate" with muslim terrorists. I fully support Russian action in the Northern Caucasus.
    (Peter Sudyka, 31 December 2013 12:50)

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  3. We won the wind-up war. The Great Albania will border Japan and France soon.
    (Albanosaurus Idioticus Maximus, 31 December 2013 07:24)

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  4. The religion of peace is at it again! Not much of a surprise - I read not too long ago that the Saudi's warned (aka threatened) Russia of possible attacks as a result of supporting Assad in the Middle East.
    (Sean, 31 December 2013 02:31)

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  5. The Russians deserv nothing better. Free Chechenia.
    (Mendo, 30 December 2013 13:28)
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    Idiot.
    (Peggy, 30 December 2013 21:46)

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  6. Two attacks in two days. Keep it up.
    (Avni, 30 December 2013 19:33)

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  7. Mendo said, "The Russians deserv nothing better. Free Chechenia."

    Ignorant comment. Using collective guilt to justify mass murder.

    Suicide bombers are fanatics who kill the innocent.

    May what you wish for others happen to you and those you love, Mendo.
    (Roger7, 30 December 2013 16:07)

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  8. tThe Russians deserv nothing better. Free Chechenia.
    (Mendo

    We definitely live better than your damned country and it’s not for you to decide what we do deserve. Also 90% of the Chechens stick Russia. And by the way does your home town look same attractive as Grozny City in Chechia ?

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    (rote, 30 December 2013 14:59)

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  9. Islam{?} religion of Peace? MY ASS! Damn them to Hell!{Cowards}
    (Pete K., 30 December 2013 14:43)

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  10. tThe Russians deserv nothing better. Free Chechenia.
    (Mendo, 30 December 2013 13:28)

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  11. God bless Russia,fight those scums lead the world in abolishing those despicable pests.
    (Ned k, 30 December 2013 10:18)

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