FSB foils terror attack in Russia’s Adygea republic

Russia’s Federal Security Service has detained a member of the Islamic State terror group outlawed in Russia, who was plotting a terror attack in places where people gather in large groups in Adygea, the North Caucasus, the FSB Public Relations Center told TASS on Wednesday.

During the search of the suspect’s house officers found components for making an improvised explosive device with striking elements, a flag of the IS international terror group and a map of the republic’s capital Maykop with potential targets for terrorist attacks.

The FSB seized means of communications with a significant amount of terrorism-related content, Internet guidance on manufacturing tools for terror and also fake migration documents. A criminal case was launched into the terror attack plot.

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Source: TASS