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CE Mujahideen shot down Russian KGB helicopter in Dagestan

Publication time: 9 March 2012, 14:31

Russian military helicopter was shot down by the Mujahideen of the Caucasus Emirate near the village of Gubden in the CE Province of Dagestan on Friday, March 9. The Mujahideen opened fire on enemy helicopter with light weapons. As a result, the helicopter was damaged and had to make ​​an emergency landing. The invaders claim that that they suffered no losses in manpower. The claims could not be confirmed at present from independent sources. The helicopter belonged to Russian terrorist group of the KGB.

 

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