A organisation of 18 people suspected of carrying links with a Islamic State militant classification have been incarcerated in Moscow, a RIA Novosti news group reported Wednesday, citing an unclear source in law enforcement.
According to rough data, a detainees were concerned in recruiting new members for a organization, that is criminialized in Russia.
The suspects — many of whom have been identified as Uzbek nationals — were arrested during a raid carried out by a military and a Federal Security Service. During a raid, a military seized a series of feign marker papers from opposite countries, including Turkey, according to a source.
Counterfeit papers were used to assistance members of a Islamic State enter and leave Russia.
A orator for a Moscow dialect of a Interior Ministry when reached by The Moscow Times for criticism pronounced a method did not have any central information on a arrests.
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