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Six killed by Russian train bomb

Six people were killed and at least 30 wounded, seven critically, when two bombs exploded under a commuter train in southern Russia yesterday, apparently as part of the Chechen rebel campaign. It happened at 7.45am as the train travelled from Kislovodsk to Mineralnye Vody, in the Stavropol territory of the North Caucasus. Two days after the school year began, the train was packed with students going to college. Many of those hurt were under 20. Two bombs had been placed under the track. It was reported that another might have been on the train. A Russian television station said an unexploded bomb had been found. Full Story

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