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After a Spate of Bombings, Moscow's Full of Foreboding

Liliya Boyalova came to work on Wednesday resolved to be stoic. But as she sold lottery tickets inside the bustling Paveletskaya subway station here, she felt only anxiety and fear. Her neighbor in Moscow was among those wounded the night before, when a suicide bomber blew herself up outside a subway station across the city, killing at least 10 others and wounding 50. “I am trying to get around normally,” said Ms. Boyalova, 42, sitting at a folding table peeling off tickets for the small trickle of customers looking for a bit of luck. “But inside we are all unsettled.”Full Story

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