Monday, January 24, 2011

'terrorist attack' at moscow airport kills 35

'terrorist attack' at moscow airport kills 35from abcnews: An explosion rocked Moscow's busiest airport today in an apparent "terrorist attack", killing 35 and injuring dozens more, according to Russian officials. The blast erupted in the Domodedovo airport at 4:40 p.m. Moscow time. In addition to the 31 dead, another 120 were injured, Evgeny Khorishko of the Russian Embassy in Washington, D.C., told ABC News, citing Russia's Ministry of Health. The attack was carried out by two suicide bombers, witnesses said according to Russia's state news agency RIA. On Twitter, one purported eyewitness, Ilya Likhtenfeld, said the bomb "was not in the luggage," but on a man standing in a crowd near a cafe. Khorishko, said it was "too early to say" who may have been responsible.

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3 comments:

Garry said...

This is just horrible. First Tuscon, now this!! What's next?! I feel like I am living in a horror movie...

Anonymous said...

Chances of a Russian false flag, anyone?

Chris Taus said...

It appears that many of the dead had been waiting in line to either board or get their baggage checked. They shouldn't allow people to congregate in lines. Check-In, security and plane boarding should be strung out so no crowds of people can gather at any one time. This would reduce the heavy casualties.in the future and maybe deter terrorists from thinking that airports are a good target.

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