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Man blows himself up at Abkhazia television centre: media

AFP  |  Moscow 

An unidentified man today blew himself up at the state-owned TV centre in Abkhazia, a tiny Moscow-backed breakaway region of Georgia, a local official said.

"A man blew himself up on the territory of the TV centre. It was obviously clear that he had a bomb," Russian agency RIA Novosti quoted Abkhaz interior minister Aslan Kobakhiya as saying.

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Man blows himself up at Abkhazia television centre: media

An unidentified man today blew himself up at the state-owned TV centre in Abkhazia, a tiny Moscow-backed breakaway region of Georgia, a local official said. "A man blew himself up on the territory of the TV centre. It was obviously clear that he had a bomb," Russian news agency RIA Novosti quoted Abkhaz interior minister Aslan Kobakhiya as saying. An unidentified man today blew himself up at the state-owned TV centre in Abkhazia, a tiny Moscow-backed breakaway region of Georgia, a local official said.

"A man blew himself up on the territory of the TV centre. It was obviously clear that he had a bomb," Russian agency RIA Novosti quoted Abkhaz interior minister Aslan Kobakhiya as saying.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Man blows himself up at Abkhazia television centre: media

An unidentified man today blew himself up at the state-owned TV centre in Abkhazia, a tiny Moscow-backed breakaway region of Georgia, a local official said.

"A man blew himself up on the territory of the TV centre. It was obviously clear that he had a bomb," Russian agency RIA Novosti quoted Abkhaz interior minister Aslan Kobakhiya as saying.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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