Add to favorite
Subscribe to our Newsletters Subscribe to our Newsletters Get Daily Updates RSS

The airport of Magas in Ingushetia attacked by fire?
15.09.2009 12:03
The airport of Magas in Ingushetia attacked by fire?
Magas airport

The press relation service of Ingushetia president Yunus-bek Yevkurov denies the fact of the shooting attack of the Magas airport. Previously, the press relation service of the local department of the Ministry of the Interior reported, that the airport of Magas (Ingoushetia) was fired by the unknown persons, firing grenade launchers.
      The airport Magas is situated not far from the Ordzhonikidzevskaja settlement. The fire started in the back office on the night of the September 14th /15th, but nobody was hurt.
      According to Yevkurovs press relation service, the reason of the fire was the dry grass, which caught fire. This version contradicts only with a detail of the underbarrel grenade, found on the place of burn-up. To be fair, the detail is for the dummy round, but it was found there.


Next Previous

You might also find interesting:

"Maslenitsa" In the Gorky Park
More Than 70 Events will be Held in Yekaterinburg for the 100th Anniversary of the Memory of the Royal Family
The Malina Gastronomic Festival
A New Walking Route will be Created near the VDNKh
The Swifts (Strizhi) Aerobatic Display Team will Demonstrate its Skills to the Guests of the Formula 1 in Sochi

Comment on our site

RSS   twitter   facebook   submit

Bookmark and Share


search on the map
Ded Moroz  New Year's Day  Archeology  Elena Kamburova  Russian beaches  Altai  Caucasus travel  Stolby Reserve  Summer Olympics  Sergey Prokofiev  Architecture Monuments  Russian Cinema  FIFA Russia 2018  March Against Scoundrels  Russian software  Tula Region  Russian history  Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia  bus tickets Russia FIFA  Barnaul  Painting  Moscow  crisis  Saransk  inventions  Awards  Bazhenov formation  Car parks  Russian tourism  synchronized swimming  Unusual Monuments  UAE visa  Jennifer Lopez  Russian photography  Exhibitions in Moscow  Zenit  Russian Poets  Olympics 2012  Yuri Kara  Russian Poetry  Russian business  Cherdakly  St. Petersburg  Woodwork  Heroism   Russian Literature  Flaertiana   Russian theatres  Patriotic War 1812  Yevgeny Boratynsky 

Travel Blogs
Top Traveling Sites