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Suicide Bomber Strikes at Moscow Transit Area

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Suicide Bomber Strikes at Moscow Transit Area

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A bomb that exploded outside a busy underground metro station in Moscow is determined to be the work of a suicide bomber. The blast, which killed at least 10 people, came exactly one week after two Russian passenger planes were brought down, apparently by twin acts of terrorism. NPR's Lawrence Sheets.

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