FSB arrests mastermind of foiled Moscow bombing who 'fought in Afghanistan'


Russia’s FSB secret service has captured the suspected mastermind behind a foiled terror attack in Moscow. His group, which fought in Afghanistan against the ISAF forces, was uncovered and neutralized last month by police.

A man identified as Yulay Davletbayev headed the terror cell,
which was plotting an attack in Moscow. Two of his accomplices
were killed in a May 20 police operation, while a third was captured
alive.

Federal Security Service agents apprehend Yulai Davletbaev suspected of preparing terror attacks in Moscow during a special operation outside Moscow.(RIA Novosti / National Anti-Terrorism Committe)

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