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Russia says kills six suspected militants in North Caucasus.

MOSCOW, Shawwal 18, 1436, August 03, 2015, SPA -- Russian law enforcers killed six people suspected of involvement in "international terrorism" in the city of Nalchik, the capital of Russia's North Caucasus region of Kabardino-Balkaria, the national Anti-Terrorist Committee (NAK) said on Monday, according to Reuters.

"The militants refused to put down their arms and opened fire on law enforcement officials. Six bandits were neutralised in the ensuing shootout," NAK said in a statement.

It added it believed those killed were involved in a number of terrorist crimes including the killing of a police officer last week.


12:24 LOCAL TIME 09:24 GMT

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