DUSHANBE, August 8, Asia-Plus – Interfax — Another Tajik national has been attacked in Moscow.

According to Russia’s news agency Interfax, unknown assailants inflicting him stab wound Wednesday night.  The victim was taken to one of the Moscow hospitals

The incident took place at the Serenevy Boulevard in Moscow’s Eastern District.   

In the meantime, Russia’s news agency RIA Novosti reported that an Afghan citizen had been stabbed to death in eastern Moscow.    

The attack occurred Monday August 6, when an unidentified assailant stabbed the 32-year-old Afghan in the stomach, the victim was rushed to hospital for urgent surgery, but died later in intensive care.

Policemen are searching for the attacker and criminal proceedings have been launched.

RIA Novosti says People with non-Slavic features have been victims of frequent attacks in apparently racially motivated crimes in Moscow, St. Petersburg, and in many cases in the Central Russian city of Voronezh, which are home to numerous universities with foreign students.