Russia's secret service said Thursday it had foiled terror attack plans in the Black Sea resort of Sochi ahead of the 2014 Winter Games.  Russia's National Anti-Terrorist Committee said the secret service agency FSB discovered ten caches of ammunition that included portable surface-to-air missiles, grenade launchers, flame throwers, grenades, rifles and explosives.

The ammunition was found on May 4 and May 5 in Georgia's breakaway republic of Abkhazia, a region that has declared independence and has strong links with Russia.  The FSB said it suspects the attacks were being masterminded by Doku Umarov, a Chechen rebel leader, whom it claims has close ties to Georgia's secret service.  Umarov had claimed responsibility for the 2011 deadly bombing in a Moscow airport that killed 35 people.  Sochi's selection as the host of the 2014 Winter Games had initially sparked fears of possible terrorist activity at Olympic sites.
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