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Topic - Dokka Umarov
A suicide bombing by an Islamic militant in southern Russia this week has raised the specter of terrorist attacks during the Winter Olympics in February in Sochi, a Black Sea resort about 400 miles south of the bomb attack.
A top Chechen rebel leader, Doku Umarov, has called for Islamist radicals in Russia's North Caucasus to attack the Winter Olympic Games being held in Sochi in February.
A top Muslim cleric in Russia's Tatarstan province was shot dead Thursday and another was wounded by a car bomb in attacks that the province's leader and local religious authorities said were probably related to the priests' criticism of radical Islamists.
Russia's secret service said Thursday it had foiled terror attack plans in the Black Sea resort of Sochi ahead of the 2014 Winter Olympics.
Russian agents have foiled terror attack plans on the Black Sea resort of Sochi, host of the 2014 Winter Olympics, authorities said Thursday, blaming Chechen separatists and neighboring Georgia of jointly masterminding the plans.
Security forces have uncovered a plot to assassinate Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and have arrested suspects linked to a Chechen rebel leader known for other terror attacks, Russian state television reported Monday.
The United Nations will airlift emergency rations this week to parts of drought-ravaged Somalia that militants banned them from more than two years ago.
A judge ruled Monday that a Tunisian convicted of criminal association with the aim of terrorism must be freed from prison, citing time served at U.S. Naval Base Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
The leader of Islamists waging a fierce insurgency in Chechnya and neighboring Russian provinces says in a video posted on YouTube that he is resigning after years of attacks including a Moscow subway bombing that killed 40 people.
"We know that they plan to hold the Olympics on the bones of our ancestors on the bones of many, many dead Muslims," Doku Umarov, the emirate's fugitive leader, said in a video released July 3.
He called on his followers "to use maximum force on the path of Allah to disrupt this Satanic dancing on the bones of our ancestors."