|2004 raid on Grozny|
|Part of Second Chechen War|
|Commanders and leaders|
|Movladi Baisarov and others||Doku Umarov and others|
|Casualties and losses|
|At least 58 policemen and militiamen and 5 soldiers killed||At least 50 fighters killed|
|At least 13 civilians killed|
2004 raid on Grozny was a series of overnight attacks in central Grozny, capital of Chechnya.
According to estimates of the investigation group, 250-400 fighters entered the city on August 21, established their own roadblocks, and simultaneously attacked a number of polling stations and other targets, according to law enforcement sources killing 58 members of police and pro-Moscow militia and five federal soldiers. More than a dozen civilians were also killed.
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