2003 Tushino bombing

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2003 Tushino bombing
Part of Second Chechen War
Moscow Oblast in Russia.svg
Location of Moscow Oblast in Russia
Location Tushino airfield, Tushino, Moscow Oblast, Russia
Date 5 July 2003
Deaths 15
Non-fatal injuries
60
Perpetrators Caucasus Emirate

The 2003 Tushino bombing took place July 5, 2003 in Tushino airfield, Russia.

According to the official version, 20-year-old Chechen woman Zulikhan Elikhadzhiyeva[1] blew herself up outside a rock festival called "Krylya" (Wings) (ru:Крылья (фестиваль)) at the Tushino airfield near Moscow; her bomb did not detonate as expected. 15 minutes later, only a few meters from where Zulikhan blew herself up, 26-six-year-old Zinaida Aliyeva detonated her explosives. The attack killed 11 people on the spot, while at least 60 people were injured and four of them later died in hospital.[2]

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