Tajik authorities have told Sputnik that all 14 terrorists, who had been planning to carry out their attack in March, have been captured by security forces and charged with terrorism, illegal border crossing and extremist activity. The leaders of the cell have been sentenced to 26 years in prison, while other members have been condemned to 7 years of imprisonment.
The news comes shortly after a deadly ramming attack in Tajikistan, which claimed the lives of four foreign tourists. Daesh claimed responsibility for the incident, while Tajikistan's Interior Ministry said that the suspects have been found and killed.
Daesh*, also known as IS/ISIS/Islamic State, is a terrorist group, banned in Russia.