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Explosion Injures Six in Gali
Civil Georgia, Tbilisi / 22 Jul.'10 / 15:16

Six Abkhaz policemen were injured in a roadside bomb explosion in the Gali district of breakaway region early on July 22, the Abkhaz news agency, Apsnipress, reported.

According to this report, the six men were patrolling between the villages of Tagiloni and Nabakevi when their UAZ vehicle was hit by an explosive device at about 6:05am local time.

Meanwhile, the Georgian television stations reported that the July 22 explosion was a result of a conflict between the Abkhaz militias and the Russian troops stationed in the breakaway region. In remarks aired by the television stations, a Georgian official from the Abkhaz government-in-exile said that Abkhaz militias and Russian forces in Gali were in conflict over the control of one of the routes linking Gali with the Zugdidi district on the Georgian-side of administrative border. 

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