Why the terrorist threat in Russia just won’t go away

This week another terrorist attack took place in Russia, this time in the Stavropol Region, located in the southwest of the country. On Apr. 11, three suicide bombers attacked a local police department in the Novoselitsky District, not far from the infamous town of Budyonnovsk, which became a terrorism hotspot in the mid-1990s during the Chechen campaigns.

This recent terrorist attack is very important for several reasons.