Russians today nervously returned to the subway stations where two suicide bombers killed 39 people, as the country began a day of mourning.
Tue, 30 Mar, 2010
Flags flew at half-mast on government buildings and at the Kremlin as a day of national mourning for the victims of the Moscow tube blasts began.
Two women suicide bombers killed at least 38 people and wounded dozens more in rush-hour attacks on Moscow’s subway today.
Mon, 29 Mar, 2010
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin is vowing to "destroy those responsible" for the Moscow metro suicide attacks.
The Department of Foreign Affairs is contacting Irish citizens in Moscow, warning them of the danger of further attacks, in the wake of two suicide bombings in the Russian capital.
At least 34 people were killed and more than 25 injured when two female suicide bombers blew themselves up on subway trains during the morning rush-hour in Moscow, Russian officials said.
Two explosions blasted Moscow’s underground system this morning as it was jam-packed with rush-hour passengers, killing at least 34 people and wounding more than 25, emergency officials said.
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