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Court proceedings into Kondopoga clashes in August 2006 held at Karelia's Supreme Court have been adjourned until August 7
Court proceedings into Kondopoga clashes in August 2006 held at Karelia's Supreme Court have been adjourned until August 7. The judge satisfied the defendants' request after two of their lawyers failed to turn up in court. On trial are six descendants from North Caucasus republics who were accused of staging mass fighting near the Chaika restaurant in Kondopoga on August 30, 2006. Two local residents were killed in clashes, and nine were heavily wounded. The incident was followed by acts of mass unrest in Kondopoga on September 2. One of the defendants, Islam Magomadov, faces charges of double murder, and the other five were accused of hooliganism and causing damage to human health. The trial has been held in an open regime. Deputy Chairperson of Karelia’s Supreme Court Nelly Kabanen said the trial might continue for three- four months and possibly, even longer. The investigation files contain more than twenty volumes, she added.
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