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Moscow metro blasts latest

Moscow metro blasts latest
A Russian woman protects the flame of a lighted candle in memory of the 38 victims of the metro bomb blasts in Moscow. (Getty Images)
Moscow metro blasts latest
At least 38 people were killed and 60 injured as two separate female suicide bombers blew themselves up on trains on Moscow’s metro during morning rush hour. (Getty Images)
Moscow metro blasts latest
Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov looks on in memory of the victims of a blast inside the Lubyanka metro station on March 29, 2010. (Getty Images)
Moscow metro blasts latest
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev lays flowers at the site of a terrorist blast blamed on Islamists. (Getty Images)
Moscow metro blasts latest
Russian police patrol near flowers left in memory of the victims. (Getty Images)
Moscow metro blasts latest
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin confers with doctors while meeting victims of the attacks near the Kremlin. (Getty Images)
Moscow metro blasts latest
Dmitry Medvedev and Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov speak as they inspect the site of the blast at the Lubyanka metro station. (Getty Images)
Moscow metro blasts latest
Blast victim Vladislav Matriyamov, 38, lies injured on a hospital bed. (Getty Images)