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In the wake of the airport attack, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has vowed to strengthen the fight against terrorism. And Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said those responsible would be punished.
Russia has observed a day of mourning to honor the victims of Monday´s terrorist attack on a Moscow airport.
Russia´s Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, and President Dmitry Medvedev, have visited the victims of Monday´s bomb blast on its main airport in Moscow.
Medics wheel a victim of a bomb explosion at Moscow´s Domodedovo airport January 24, 2011.
A victim of a bomb explosion talks to a relative as medics transport him from a local hospital to an ambulance heading for Moscow, in the town of Domodedovo January 24, 2011.
A woman cries while talking on the phone to an acquaintance who is at Domodedovo airport, as she travels by train to the airport from Moscow January 24, 2011.
Russia´s Interior Ministry has released an image of a man they are hunting, in connection with the Moscow airport blast on Monday.
In the wake of the airport attack, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has vowed to strengthen the fight against terrorism.
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Professor Xu Feibiao, a counter-terrorism expert from the China Institute for Contemporary International Relations, made analysis as for why has Russia been repeatedly targeted.
Two Moscow underground stations were struck by coordinated blasts carried out by female suicide bombers.
The Nevesky Express train, bound for St. Petersburg, was derailed by a bomb blast with 700 people on board killing at least 26
331 hostages, half of them children, were killed during a botched armed assault on School No.1 in the town of Beslan in Russia´s North Caucasus region.
In the Russian capital 39 people were killed when a suicide bomber struck an underground train during rush hour.
More than 700 people were held captive when Chechen rebels seized a theatre in Moscow.