WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGES. Vladimir Putin's FSB security service "liquidated" the alleged jihadist who had planned an attack in Nizhny Novgorod, where England will play Panama in the group stages
A suspected terrorist has been shot dead after allegedly plotting a 'bomb outrage' in the same city where England are set to play a key World Cup game this summer.
Russia's FSB security service says it has "liquidated" the alleged jihadist, who had planned an attack in Nizhny Novgorod, where England will play Panama in the group stages of the competition.
Video footage shows elite the counter-intelligence agency’s Alpha Group troops moving in to shoot dead the suspect who had refused to surrender.
Footage shows an explosion and special forces soldiers entering the jihadist hideout.
The body of the alleged terrorist - who has not been named - is shown along with weapons and equipment for making explosives which he allegedly planned to use to disrupt Russia’s presidential election next month.