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MOSCOW -- Russias counter-terrorism agency says its studying a video posted by an Isl
29.11.2017, 07:04
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MOSCOW -- Russias counter-terrorism agency says its studying a video posted by an Isl
MOSCOW -- Russias counter-terrorism agency says its studying a video posted by an Islamic militant group that asserted responsibility for suicide bombings that killed 34 people last month and is threatening to strike the Winter Olympics in Sochi. Guy Lapointe Jersey . Security experts say the Russians are right in taking the threat seriously. The video was posted online Sunday by a militant group in Dagestan, a predominantly Muslim republic in Russias volatile North Caucasus. The Olympic host city of Sochi lies only 500 kilometres (300 miles) west of Dagestan. Two Russian-speaking men featured in the video are identified as members of Ansar al-Sunna, the name of a Jihadist group operating in Iraq. It was unclear whether the men in the video had received funding or training from that group or only adopted its name. There was no confirmation the two men were the suicide bombers who struck the southern Russian city of Volgograd last month as the video claims. Scores of people were also injured by the bombings of a train station and a bus. Russias National Anti-Terrorism Committee said Monday it was studying the video and would have no immediate comment. The video couldnt be viewed in Russia, where Internet providers cut access to it under a law that bans the "dissemination of extremist materials." It was released by the Vilayat Dagestan, one of the units that make up the so-called Caucasus Emirate, an umbrella group for the rebels seeking to establish an independent Islamic state in the North Caucasus. Doku Umarov, a Chechen warlord who leads the Emirate, had ordered a halt to attacks on civilian targets in 2012. But he rescinded that order in July, urging his followers to strike the Sochi Olympics, which he denounced as "satanic dances on the bones of our ancestors." The games run from Feb. 7-23. The Kremlin-backed leader of Chechnya claimed last week that Umarov was dead, but the claim couldnt be verified. The Vilayat Dagestan statement said the Volgograd attacks were carried out in part because of Umarovs order, but it didnt specifically say he had ordered them. Dagestan has become the centre of an Islamic insurgency that has engulfed Russias North Caucasus after two separatist wars in Chechnya. Militants seeking to create an independent state governed by Islamic Shariah law in the Caucasus launch daily attacks on police and other authorities there. One of the two ethnic Chechen brothers accused of staging the Boston Marathon bombings spent six months in Dagestan in 2012. Andrei Soldatov, an independent Moscow-based security analyst, said the video threat need to be taken seriously. "They have capabilities to strike beyond the North Caucasus, which they demonstrated in Volgograd," he said. "Its extremely difficult to stop a lone wolf suicide bombing attack." Georgy Mirsky, a respected Russian expert on the Middle East, said the video reflected the increasingly close ties between Jihadists in the Caucasus and elsewhere. Russias war against Caucasus militants has made it an enemy on par with the United States and Israel for militant Islamic groups in the Middle East, he wrote on his blog. Russia has responded to the Islamic threat by introducing some of the most sweeping security measures ever seen at an international sports event. Some 100,000 police, army and other security forces have been deployed, according to analysts, and tight restrictions have been placed on access to the Sochi area. Anyone attending the Winter Olympics has to buy a ticket online from the organizers and obtain a spectator pass that requires providing passport details. Authorities have already barred access to all cars registered outside of Sochi and Russian police have gone house-to-house methodically screening all city residents. Soldatov argued, however, that Russias massive security presence at the Olympics could also have an adverse effect. "When you put so many troops on the ground, you might get some problems with the co-ordination of all these people," he said. Soldatov noted that the ominous threat of a "present" for the visitors to the Games contained in the video is loosely phrased and could herald an attack outside tightly guarded Olympic facilities. "They never tried to specify the place where they might strike, thats why everybody should be concerned," he said. Dominic Moore Jersey . The Force had two men, including former Wallabies No. 8 Ben McCalman, in the sin-bin in the dying minutes of the match, but were able to resist a late Highlanders surge to post a four-try, bonus point win. Ales Hemsky Jersey .Y. - Sven Andrighetto scored once and set up two more as the Hamilton Bulldogs hung on to defeat the host Adirondack Flames 5-3 on Tuesday in American Hockey League action. http://www.hockeycanadiensauthority.com/...rsey-c-23/ . The Raptors two leading scorers were never able to co-exist the way they hoped or the team had envisioned, but individually DeRozan was thriving, in the midst of a career season. COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Thanks to Carl Hagelin and Cam Talbot, the New York Rangers remain on a tear. The Columbus Blue Jackets, meanwhile, have reached a tipping point. Hagelin scored two goals -- one thanks to an opposing player -- and Talbot made 32 saves to lead the Rangers past the Blue Jackets 4-2 on Thursday night. After Columbus fifth loss in a row, forward Brandon Dubinsky and coach Todd Richards each said they were humiliated by the teams lack of effort. "Theres really nothing left to say," Dubinsky said. "Its flat-out embarrassing for us, our fans, for the organization. Thank God for (goalie Sergei Bobrovsky). It could have been 10-1 before we had an opportunity to come (out for) the third period." The Blue Jackets closed last season on a 19-5-5 tear -- the second-best record down the stretch in the entire NHL. But they are 5-10-0 this season and wallowing near the basement of the Eastern Conference in their first year since making the move over from the West. "That was embarrassing hockey tonight," Richards said. "Thats losing hockey, the way we played. We got exactly what we deserved. It could have been 7-1 going into the third period. Our goalie was great. There was not enough battle, not enough compete. Simple as that. Really disappointed in our group." In the other dressing room, the mood was celebratory. The Rangers have won five of their last six to climb in the standings and get back to 8-8-0 on the season. "We want to play better than we have," Hagelin said. "We know we should be .500 at least. Its good to be there; now weve just got to start climbing." Coach Alain Vigneault lauded his teams effort during a busy time. "For us, it was back-to-back nights, four (games) in six nights, three in four, and the end of a pretty long stretch here where we played nine games in 15 nights," Vigneault said. "We did what we had to do to win the game. We talked about making it a greasy third period. And we did that for the most part." Rangers captain Ryan Callahan and defenceman Ryan McDonagh each added a goal and an assist. There were plenty of familiar faces on both sides -- four players on each team used to play for the other one. Talbot, giving Henrik Lundqvist a night off, was the third straight backup goalie to face the Blue Jackets. All three have won, combining to give up just three goals. Talbot made several solid saves in the scoreless third period, stymieing former Ranger Artem Anisimov on a backhander in the crease on a power play in the final minutes. Charlie Lindgren Jersey. "He played great again," defenceman Marc Staal said of Talbot. "He made very timely saves when we need them. Hes been rock solid since his first start. We have all the confidence in the world in him." A wild second period saw the Rangers score two of three goals -- one when a Blue Jackets player put the puck in his own net. At the 4:17 mark, with the Rangers on a power play, McDonaghs hard shot from the point was redirected twice. First it glanced off Mats Zuccarello before it ricocheted into the net off a redirect by Callahan. New York made it 3-1 at 12:44 on a fluke. Columbus forward Mark Letestu tried to clear the puck from the left corner but instead he lost control of it and pushed it past Bobrovsky from a hard angle. The goal was awarded to Hagelin. "We came out hard," Hagelin said. "We played OK in the first couple of minutes, then we gave them some chances. In the second, we did a good job. They were in the (penalty) box a lot and our power play is looking pretty good right now." Ex-Ranger Fedor Tyutin scored his first of the season and rookie Ryan Murray also had a goal for the Blue Jackets, who lost despite several highlight-reel stops among the 30 saves by Bobrovsky. He stopped Brian Boyle on a breakaway. Then, in the opening 90 seconds of the second period, Bobrovsky made three big saves -- one on Brad Richards, who came in 1-on-1 after a turnover -- and then two against Zuccarello on one rush. Bobrovsky also was sprawled on his stomach when he gloved a backhander by Derek Stepan. Dubinsky could not shake his anger about the lack of effort. "We need to take a hard look in the mirror, as an individual and as a team," he said. "Then we need to find a way to correct it. It should be the easiest thing to correct. I mean, really, its not a systematic thing or a teaching thing. Were all in the NHL now. We should be here because of hard work and effort and second and third effort. So we know how to do it. We just have to go out and do it." NOTES: Before the season, the game was expected to mark the return of former Blue Jackets captain Rick Nash, but hes missed the last 13 games with a concussion. ... Hagelin has four goals this season and points in his last four games (four goals, two assists). ... The Blue Jackets havent led since early in the second period against Anaheim on Oct. 27 -- almost 280 minutes of ice time. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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