Terror as gunmen open fire on synagogues and churches in Russia leaving multiple dead

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(FOX NEWS) — Gunmen opened fire on two synagogues, two Orthodox churches and a police post in Russia’s North Caucasus region of Dagestan on Sunday.

The Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation opened a terrorism investigation in response to the “armed attacks in Derbent and Makhachkala, as a result of which police officers and civilians were killed and injured,” according to the agency’s Telegram page.

Shamil Khadulaev, chairman of the Public Monitoring Commission of Dagestan, said a 66-year-old priest was found with his throat slashed at an Orthodox church, the state-sponsored TASS news agency reported.

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