Via The War Files – After planning to attack Moscow’s public transportation system, four members of an ISIS-linked terrorist network were detained by the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB). “The Russian Federal Security Service has detained four members of a terrorist group that consists of citizens of Russia and countries of the Central Asian region on 25/May, 2017 in Moscow. They were preparing terrorist attacks on Moscow transport infrastructure using improvised explosive devices,” the FSB said in a statement. “The group was part of Islamic State terrorist organization and was managed from the territory of Syria,” the statement adds. “An explosives production laboratory, a ready-to-use improvised explosive device with shrapnel and components for its production have been found during searches,” the FSB said, adding that they also found “automatic firearms, ammunition, grenades, as well as literature and videos of extremist and terrorist orientation.” The terrorists also wanted to travel to Syria and fight alongside Daesh terrorists, after conducting the attacks in Moscow, according to the FSB.