The following news report describes a knife attack against police in Grozny, the capital of the Chechen Republic in Russia. One police officer was killed in the attack before the mujahideen were shot dead by other police.
The attackers (immigrants from Ingushetia, another Islamic republic in Russia) presumably wanted to take the policemen’s guns for further jihad.
|00:00||The number of victims in the attack on police officers in Grozny could have been higher.|
|00:04||It all happened in the downtown of the Chechen capital.|
|00:09||The attackers had a clear goal — to get the officers’ firearms.|
|00:14||Both attackers were armed with knives. It’s not hard to guess|
|00:18||how they planned to use the stolen guns on a crowded street.|
|00:21||Both were killed during the attempt by shots fired in response.|
|00:28||One police officer was killed; another is in a hospital.|
|00:32||Doctors say his condition is stable.|
|00:43||Ramzan Kadyrov came to the location of the attack. He described the attackers|
|00:48||and shared condolences with the family of the fallen police officer.|
|00:51||The identities of the attackers were established. Two brothers|
|00:54||from Ingushetia — Hassan and Hussein — immigrated|
|00:57||to the Chechen republic in 2012 and worked in a bakery.|
|01:03||Kadyrov defined the attackers as terrorists. The head|
|01:06||of the Chechen Republic also talked to the police officers|
|01:09||who stopped the attack, and thanked them for their service.|
|01:15||Local authorities opened a criminal investigation into the attack.