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Moscow metro blast kills 39

A blast tore apart a train car in the Moscow metro Friday, killing at least 39 and wounding at least 129 others, the Russian deputy interior minister said. Prosecutors said they were treated the blast as a suspected suicide bombing and had opened a terrorism investigation. The blast ripped apart the metro train car during morning rush hour as the train was traveling from Paveletskaya station to Avtozavodskaya station, southwest of the city center, around 8:40 a.m. (12:40 a.m. ET), a spokesman for the Ministry of Emergency Situations said. Full Story

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