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Prosecutors in St. Petersburg are investigating the murder of two Uzbek nationals
Prosecutors in Russia's second-largest city of St. Petersburg are investigating the murder of two Uzbek nationals, the city's police reported Monday. Yesterday, the bodies of two Uzbeks were found in the city's Pushkinsky district. "According to preliminary expert data, the two died of a beating," the source said. "Prosecutors at the Pushkinisky district have launched a criminal case under Article No. 105 (murder) of the Russian Criminal Code." The source said the murders could be ethnically related. St. Petersburg has been a focus of unwelcome attention over neo-Nazi attacks and killings, including the murder of a student from Senegal in April and the stabbing of a nine-year-old girl of mixed Russian-African origin in early 2006. A Vietnamese student was stabbed in October 2004 in the city by a group of drunk teenagers.
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