In a new video, Russian special forces used a machinegun robot during an operation to kill an ISIS warlord.
According to Daily Mail, the footage shows anti-terror officers firing into a building after cornering Rustam Aselderov at a secret compound in the North Caucasus city of Makhachkala.
Shortly after, a weaponized robot is manoeuvred to face the building and begins to open fire.
Russia's FSB security service said Aselderov, also known as Sheikh Abu Mohammad al-Qadari, and four of his henchmen were 'neutralised' in the raid.
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“Among the neutralised bandits was the head of the Caucasus region's branch of the Islamic State Rustam Aselderov, and four of his close associates,” FSB said in a statement.
FSB added that the 35-year-old terrorist was involved in blasts in the southern Russian city of Volgograd which killed 34 in 2013. Daily Mail also states that he was fighting for another Caucasus insurgent group at the time. It also linked him to twin car blasts in Dagestan in 2012 that killed 14 and injured at least 120.
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In 2014, he pledged allegiance to Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
Now, he's burning in hell.