Russian Security Services Say They Foiled Terror Attack

Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) says its units have foiled “terrorists” who were planning to carry out an attack near the southwest city Saratov, killing an undisclosed number of “criminals.”

“Following an investigation and searches in the region of Saratov, the FSB foiled a planned terrorist attack by members of a secret terrorist cell,” the FSB said on March 11.

“The criminals, driving a car, opened fire on security personnel, and in the armed clash they were fatally wounded,” the FSB said.

The statement did not specify the number of casualties, but a video released by the FSB apparently showed the bodies of two men near a car with its windows broken out.

Read more at Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty

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