Suicide Bombings in Russia A day after two suicide bombings in Moscow kill at least 14 people, Russian authorities say it is unclear who organized the attack. Russia's deputy interior minister says at least one of the suicide bombers, a 20-year-old Chechen woman, had ties to rebels, but no Chechen factions have claimed responsibility. Hear NPR's Lawrence Sheets.
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Russian Authorities Investigate Suicide Bombings

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Russian Authorities Investigate Suicide Bombings

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Russian Authorities Investigate Suicide Bombings

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A day after two suicide bombings in Moscow kill at least 14 people, Russian authorities say it is unclear who organized the attack. Russia's deputy interior minister says at least one of the suicide bombers, a 20-year-old Chechen woman, had ties to rebels, but no Chechen factions have claimed responsibility. Hear NPR's Lawrence Sheets.