At least four deaths and three wounded were the victims of twin suicide attacks next to a check point in Grozny, capital of the southern autonomous Russian Republic of Chechnya.
The witnesses said the blast occurred when members of the 46th Interior Ministry (IM) Brigade deployed at Grozny North Airport were heading to their base with some supplies bought at a store at Borisagur Bernoskov St., in Oktiabersky, and the explosion involved sharp objects like nails and screws to increase the destruction span.
Chechen President Ramzan Kadirov visited the scene where the terrorist attacks took the lives of two officers, a contractor and one civilian while another three soldiers were rushed to the hospital for treatment.
Kadirov finger pointed as possible perpetrators the Muslim and Hussein Gakaev brothers, one with criminal background for complicity with illegal armed bands, remind sources of the local Interior Ministry.
The National Anti-Terrorist Committee reported that the Attorneys General Office indicted some security officers for arms trafficking and clandestine production of explosives.
The latest such attacks in Grozny in 2011 coincided with an anti-terrorist operation in Leninski District, and a suicider set off a bomb in Seda Café, just like today, leaving nine fatalities, including himself, IM and Civil Defense officers plus other clients.