Caucasus Emirate News
Report: Doku Umarov, 'Russia's Bin Laden,' Dead
The leader of the Caucasus insurgency Doku Umarov, also called "Russia's bin Laden," has been killed, according to a militant website closely linked to the insurgency. The death of Umarov, who has lead a violent campaign against the Russians throughout the Northern Caucasus for years and who most
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Sochi Alert Urges 'Vigilance' Against Terrorism During Olympics
The U.S. State Department today urged Americans traveling to the Winter Olympics in Sochi in southern Russia to be “vigilant and exercise good judgment” during the Games because of the continuing terrorist threat to the region. “There is no indication of a specific threat to...
Terror Attacks Hit Russia Leading Into 2014 Winter Olympics
Suicide bombers attack a train station and a trolleybus in the city of Volgograd.
Who's Behind the Bombings in Russia?
No group has claimed responsibility but signs point to Islamist separatists from the North Caucasus.
2014 Sochi Olympics: Russia in Terrorists' Crosshairs
Putin's Vow of Safe Winter Games May Not Be Enough As Islamist Leader Promises Attacks
Chechen Militant Leader Issues Olympic Threat
In a new video posted online, Russia’s most wanted terrorist called on his followers to use “maximum force” to put a stop to the planned 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi in southern Russia. Doku Umarov, the head of the Caucasus Emirate, which seeks to establish...
Russia Says It Foiled Sochi Olympics Terror Plot
Russian authorities said today that they have foiled a terror plot targeting the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi. Ten weapons caches, which included anti-aircraft missiles capable of taking down low-flying planes, were uncovered in Abkhazia, one of the breakaway regions that Russia defended ...
School Teacher Was Second Moscow Bomber
A 28-year-old school teacher has been identified as the second female suicide bomber who attacked Moscow's subway bombings last week. The Federal Security Services confirmed to ABC News that Maryam Sharipova attacked the Lubyanka metro station next to the FSB headquarters in the first of two blasts