St. Petersburg metro bomb: The aftermath

Russians remember the victims of the attack by lighting candles

Fourteen people died and another 50 were injured after a bomb ripped through a train carriage on St. Petersburg’s metro. Russia’s Investigative Committee says terrorists are behind the attack. The explosive device was triggered between the stations of Sennaya Ploshcahd and Tekhnologichesky Institut stations. It’s though the blast was caused by a suicide bomber.

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