Malgobek

Malgobek

 

a city in the western part of the Chechen-Ingush ASSR, 43 km south of the Mozdok railroad station (on the Prokhladnyi-Gudermes line). Population, 21,300 (1972). Malgobek arose in 1933 in connection with the discovery of an oil deposit. It became a city in 1939. The oil produced in Malgobek is transported by pipeline to Groznyi and Tuapse. A brickyard and enterprises of the food-processing industry are located in the city.

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Officers reportedly blocked in, then seized, three men armed with guns and grenades shortly after midnight as part of a special operation in a village in the republic's Malgobek region.
Dimanche matin, un kamikaze a commis un attentat-suicide pendant des funerailles dans une maison situee dans le district de Malgobek, dans le nord de l'Ingouchie, a annonce le comite d'enquete dans un communique.
The seven policemen were killed and 10 others wounded when a suicide bomber attacked a wake being held on Sunday for a fellow officer shot a day earlier in the Malgobek district in the north of the Russian province of Ingushetia, news agencies reported.
Nazran, Jumada II 7, 1433, Apr 28, 2012, SPA -- An explosive device was detonated at 10:20 Moscow time at a gas station in the village Sagopshi in the Malgobek Region of Ingushetia.
The attacks late Friday targeted a courtroom building in the town of Malgobek in the volatile Ingushetia region, the regional interior ministry said in a statement.
The release of the report came as Russian authorities announced that 13 suspected fighters were killed and a police officer and a civilian wounded in an exchange of fire in Ingushetia's Malgobek district on Thursday.