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Moscow mourns suicide bomb victims

A day of mourning is being held in Moscow on Tuesday for the victims of the weekend’s double suicide attack at a rock festival. Dozens of people are still being treated in hospital for injuries suffered in the explosions, which killed 15 people as well as the two female bombers. Moscow officials have blamed the attacks – the first suicide bombings in the Russian capital – on Chechen rebels. Television stations have been asked to alter their schedules, keeping entertainment programming to a minimum, as a mark of respect for the dead. Theatres and cinemas in the city have cancelled comedies, and the flags over the Kremlin are flying at half-mast. Full Story

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