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Gunmen stormed a building in Chechnya's regional capital of Grozny on Thursday killing 16 people, including ten police, hours before President Vladimir Putin vowed in a policy speech to defend Russia against what he called efforts to dismember it. Chechnya's Kremlin-backed leader, Ramzan Kadyrov, wrote on his Instagram account that "six terrorists were annihilated" after they had opened fire at a police patrol car, killing three officers and then stormed offices housing local media. Putin said during his speech in Moscow that Russia was surrounded by enemies who had sought to dismember it and destroy its economy. "This has not happened. We did not allow it." Russia's National Anti-terrorism Committee said 10 policemen were killed and another 28 wounded in Thursday's attack.
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