Three Russian women kill warden in Pakistani prison
The women were detained while trying to cross the border to join terrorists.
Three Russians strangled and stoned a 23-year-old warden in Gadani, Pakistan, when the latter entered the hut during the night duty, Daily Pakistan reports. The Russians were detained a year ago, along with eight minor children, for illegally crossing the Iran-Pakistan border, RIA Novosti writes.
According to the Russian Foreign Ministry, the women intended to get to Afghanistan to join the division of the Islamic State (banned in the Russian Federation) called Vilayat Khorasan. The Russians should have been deported to their homeland. Now the Pakistani authorities have initiated a murder case against them.
Russian diplomats maintain constant contact with law enforcement agencies of Pakistan.
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