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Arif Mamaliev, thought to be kidnapped, found killed in Derbent, his relatives say

Relatives of Arif Mamaliev, a resident of Derbent, who was thought to be kidnapped, report that they received information that he was killed on April 26 during a special operation. Arif's body could be planted into the place of the special operation, his wife Nagiyat Mamalieva asserts.

The "Caucasian Knot" has reported that local residents Zakir Magomedkerimov and Arif Mamaliev were kidnapped in Derbent on April 26, which was reported by their relatives. In the morning on April 27, it became known that Zakir Magomedkerimov was set free. According to Arif's wife, Zakir Magomedkerimov was scared and refused to tell what happened to him after the kidnapping.

Nagiyat Mamalieva said that Arif's whereabouts was unknown since April 26. She is confident that her "husband was kidnapped and killed; and his body was planted into the place of the special operation." The woman has explained that power agents promised to give her husband's body out for burial in six days.

Relatives of Arif Mamaliev have addressed for help to the Dagestani Regional Public Organization (DRPO) "Pravizaschita" (Advocacy), said a DRPO activist.

According to the Russian National Antiterrorist Committee (NAC), the five persons killed in a special operation in Derbent were members of the militant grouping headed by Gasan Abdullaev, also known as Abu-Yasir. Two of the casualties have been preliminarily identified.


Caucasian Knot


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