Kaspiisk

Kaspiisk

 

(until 1947, the settlement of Dvigatel’stroi), a city in Dagestan ASSR, located on the shore of the Caspian Sea, 18 km southeast of the city of Makhachalka. Population, 43, 000 (1972).

Kaspiisk has a plant producing precision machinery, a brickyard, and a heat and electric power plant. A department of the Dagestan Polytechnic Institute is also located there.

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The implementation of the strategy involves the modernization of the ports of Makhachkala and Astrakhan, the port of Olya in the Astrakhan region, and the creation of a new terminal terminal in Kaspiisk.
A police colonel, Magomedrasul Magomedov, died in hospital and two officers were wounded after the suspect opened fire with an automatic weapon late Tuesday in the town of Kaspiisk, the Dagestan interior ministry said in a statement.
A bomb placed by the side of a road near a Russian military base killed two people in a car and a sapper was killed when he approached another bomb in the city of Kaspiisk - where a Victory Day parade bombing in 2002 killed 43 people.
In 2002, a bomb exploded during a Victory Day military parade in the Caspian Sea port of Kaspiisk, killing 43 people, including 12 children.
A bomb kills more than 40 people, including 13 children, and injures more than 130 in the town of Kaspiisk on the coast of the Caspian Sea in Dagestan province, which borders Chechnya, overshadowing a national holiday marking victory in World War II.
On May 10, Patrushev said three people with ties to a radical Islamic sect were detained in connection with the Kaspiisk bombing.
Islamic militants were blamed for the atrocity in the port town of Kaspiisk, Dagestan, close to the breakaway republic of Chechnya.
In the most devastating attack 12 children were among 35 killed when a landmine exploded in the southern Russia port of Kaspiisk Dagestan.
More than 40 people died in 2002 when a landmine was detonated during a Victory Day parade in the town of Kaspiisk in the volatile North Caucasus region of Dagestan.
Police said a remote-controlled mine hidden in bushes exploded as a military band surrounded by children and World War Two veterans marched through Kaspiisk, a Caspian Sea port.
About 150 others were injured by the remote-controlled mine in the Dagestan town of Kaspiisk.
About 150 others were injured by the mine in the Dagestan town of Kaspiisk.