Tajik Government Blames Banned Islamic Party For Deadly Attack On Foreign Cyclists

Tajik government has accused the banned Islamic Renaissance Party of Tajikistan (IRPT) of being behind an attack that killed four foreign cyclists on July 29, prompting a denial from the group's exiled leader.Interior Ministry said in a statement on July 31 that the attackers were led by an "active member" of the IRPT, citing what it claimed was the confession of a detained suspect.Ministry identified the alleged leader as Hussein Abdusamadov, 33, and said that he "underwent training in Iran." It said the attackers planned to flee to Afghanistan.Tajik authorities offered no immediate proof of the claims, which appeared to contradict a claim of responsibility issued by the extremist group Islamic State (IS) a day earlier.

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