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Moscow fears two suicide bombers at large

Fears were growing yesterday that two “black widows” – female Chechen suicide bombers – were on the loose in Moscow, less than a week after two passenger airliners were blown out of the sky. The two prime suspects in last week’s explosions have been identified as the Chechens Amant Nagaeva and Satsita Dzhebirkhanova. Both had lost brothers in Chechnya’s hostilities with Russia. Remains of the women’s bodies were found in the wreckage of both planes, along with traces of a high explosive favoured by Chechen separatists. Eighty-nine people died in the almost simultaneous explosions.Full Story

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