Deadly suicide blasts hit Moscow metro

At least 35 people were killed and some 70 injured when female suicide bombers blew themselves up on the Moscow metro during the morning rush hour March 29, Russian authorities say. Two separate blasts hit the Lubyanka and the Park Kulturi metro stations within an hour. Alexander Bortnikov, head the FSB security service, said preliminary findings suggest the attacks were organized by a North Caucasus militant group. (BBC News, MarketWatch, March 29)

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