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Gunmen in the captured Beslan school threaten to shoot dead hostages for each killed and wounded bandit
Gunmen in the captured Beslan school threaten to shoot dead hostages for each killed and wounded bandit, Interior Minister of North Ossetia Kazbek Dzantiev told journalists in Beslan. According to him, the note thrown out through the window read this. Dzantiev did not confirm that 15 children managed to flee from the captured school. He said two hostages were killed and two wounded in the Beslan school. Altogether, 11 people injured during the attack are in the Beslan hospital. Initial data suggest the attack was commanded by the man who had guided the invasion of Ingushetia (a Russian republic bordering on Chechnya) on June 21, a North Ossetia police official told RIA Novosti. According to him, he is known to be an Ingush, his nickname being Magas. "We have the terrorist's data, but they cannot be disclosed yet," the official said. During the June attack on Ingushetia, 100 people, mostly policemen, were killed. The operational staff in Beslan has been headed by plenipotentiary representative of the Russian president in the Southern Federal District Vladimir Yakovlev, spokesman for North Ossetia's president Lev Dzugayev said. Asked if heads of the Interior Ministry and the Federal Security Service had arrived at Beslan, he said that neither Patrushev nor Nurgaliev were there. On Wednesday morning, a group of armed men seized secondary school No.1 in the town of Beslan (30 km from Vladikavkaz). Media reports suggest up to 120 people can be kept hostage.
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