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January 25, 2011 Russian media have broadcast a short, chilling surveillance video showing an explosion at Domodedovo Airport, where at least 35 people were killed on Monday.
While some people wait in a line, a woman pushes her luggage past flowers at Domodedovo airport near Moscow earlier today (Jan. 25, 2011).
January 25, 2011 Domodedovo Airport has metal detectors at airport entrances. Yet they only use them occasionally, meaning a person could have walked into the arrivals hall Monday without being screened.
January 24, 2011 Initial reports indicate 10 people have died. At least 20 are said to have been injured. No definitive word yet on the cause, but Russian news agencies are saying they've been told it was a suicide bomb attack.
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