Car bombing in Chechnya kills boy
Monday, August 15, 2005
In the city of Grozny in Chechnya, a car bomb may have killed a 10-12 year old boy and/or a 20 year old man and a woman (sources differ). The explosion wounded two other people. Grozny is the capital of Chechnya, where rebels have been waging a campaign for independence from Russia.
- "Grozny car bomb kills 2, wounds 11" — , August 15, 2005
- "Car blast in Grozny kills one, wounds seven - official" — , August 15, 2005
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