A suspected suicide bombing near Red Square in Moscow has left six people dead and wounded several others. The blast happened on a busy street only a few hundred metres from the Kremlin in the heart of the city. In a speech soon afterwards, President Vladimir Putin said “terrorists” threatened the nation’s development. The attack may have been aimed at government buildings, two days after Mr Putin’s supporters won legislative elections. It follows last week’s suicide bombing on a train in southern Russia that killed dozens of people and which officials blamed on Chechen rebels. Full Story
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