Nalchik


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a city in southwestern Russia in a valley of the Caucasus Mountains

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Nalchik, July 14 (BNA) - A group of unidentified gunmen attacked road police officers in Nalchik, the capital of Russia's North Caucasus Republic of Kabardino-Balkaria, killing one officer and injuring two, an interior ministry spokeswoman said on Sunday.
Dzudovic has endured a bad time since his part in Rooney's red card shame as his club Spartak Nalchik have been relegated to the second tier of Russian football.
It was the second brazen murder to hit central Nalchik the main city of Kabardino-Balkaria since December 6, when assailants killed the young television presenter Kazbek Gekkiyev.
Unknown assailants burst into Boris Zherukov's office in Nalchik, capital of the province of Kabardino-Balkaria, and shot him twice in the head, Russia's Investigative Committee said in a statement.
Security forces surrounded the militant group, who refused to surrender and opened fire at the forces in one of the buildings in Nalchik, the capital of Kabardino-Balkaria, according to Interfax news agency.
The North Caucasus is of particular interest due to the sheer number and scale of swarm attacks (Budyonnovsk, 1995; Kizlyar, 1996; Nazran, 2004; Nalchik, 2005); the melding of tactics by militants (Nord Ost, 2002; Beslan, 2004); and because countermeasures adopted by the federal authorities have been largely unsuccessful, illustrating the need, where possible, to adopt a managed and measured response to particular attacks.
Noting that the first team to arrive in Antalya would be Russian Spartak Nalchik on December 5, Ertugrul said that teams from the U.
NALCHIK, August 29, 2010 (Frontier Star): At least 14 suspected militants and two police officers were killed during security raids in Russia's volatile North Caucasus, police said.
Nuclear weapons were removed from Chechnya as well as from Nalchik and no such weapons remain in the Caucasus.
The out-of-contract star had a trial with Russian side Spartak Nalchik earlier in the season and is being chased by Aberdeen and foreign sides.
30pm Football, Russian League, S artak Nalchik vs Dinamo (Ring.
The clubs involved allegedly include Krylya Sovietov, Terek Grozny, Spartak Nalchik, Tom Tomsk and Amkar Perm from the Premier League, and four clubs from the first division.
CSKA Moscow warmed up for Manchester United with a 1-1 draw away to Spartak Nalchik.
Fifty-eight prisoners in Nalchik [a city in the Caucasus region] told their lawyers that the torture ended after I published photos that were taken soon after the arrest with all the horrible signs of electrocution and other types of torture.
Articles are drawn from four conferences held in June and July of 2007: the First All-Russia Scientific and Technical Conference, "Nanostructures in Polymers and Polymeric Nanocomposites," and the Third All-Russia Scientific Conference, "New Polymeric Composite Materials," in Nalchik, Russia; the Thirteenth International Conference for Renewable Resources and Plant Biotechnology in Poznan, Poland; and the Ninth International Conference on Frontiers of Polymers and Advanced Materials, in Krakow, Poland.