A female suicide bomber killed six people near the Kremlin walls in an attack authorities say may have been aimed at the nearby parliament building two days after President Vladimir Putin ‘s allies swept legislative elections. Moscow police said they suspect the attack that also injured 14 people was set off by at least one female suicide bomber wearing a belt packed with explosives and ball bearings. Her blown-off head was discovered lying on a busy sidewalk on Moscow’s Mokhovaya street facing the Kremlin. But Moscow mayor Yury Luzhkov said two women had carried out the attack. In a Kremlin speech delivered shortly after the bombing at around 10:50 am (0750 GMT), Putin denounced terrorism, saying that Russia was waging a daily fight against terror, “including today.” Full Story
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