Yeah, You'll Have That
BBC 'reports' below.
Failed to poll the town's residents to see what they think of Putin's War.
Or, note that Putin is already blaming Chechens.
Blast hits southern Russian city
Two people were killed and several Interior Ministry troops were injured in the blast.
It appears to have happened inside a car close to a bank, while a group of troops were driving past.
Russian officials are investigating whether it was a deliberate bombing or an accident.
The BBC's Damian Grammaticas in Moscow says that it is unclear whether the blast was caused by a gas tank exploding in a parked car, or by a bomb.
Several theories are being examined by prosecutors, and emergency services have sealed off the area.
The explosion may have been an accident or the work of criminal gangs.
It may also be linked to the conflict in Chechnya which is near Vladikavkaz.
Fighting in Chechnya occasionally spills into neighbouring areas, which have also been the site of shootings and bombings related either to the war or to local criminal groups.
At least four people are believed to have been injured and buildings nearby damaged.
Local officials say a woman pedestrian was killed, as well as an interior ministry serviceman.
Heavy smoke filled the area, and glass was blown out in some of the nearby buildings.
A bomb attack on the same market in 1999 killed 55 people and injured another 168.
Another bomb in April 2002 killed seven people and injured at least 39 others.