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Two Natives from the Caucasus Were Attacked in Yekaterinburg

On the night of October 14th, 2007, four young people armed with knives attacked two Caucasian natives (ages 17 and 25) on Malisheva street in Yekaterinburg. The victims were crossing the street, and were stopped by a girl who asked for a cigarette. They stopped, and four men ran up to them and began to beat them. After a while, the victims ran from the scene of the event. They were not robbed. The two victims were hospitalized with knife wounds. One suffered mild wounds, and the other cuts to the sinews on his hands. The head of the administration of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Leonid Semenov told the press-service that the militia does not yet have a summary of this attack. In the words of employees of the emergency service Sova who arrived to help the victims on site, however, the police arrived and worked on site with the guys from the immediate response group.

Source: sova-center


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