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Moscow metro bomb blast drama

Moscow metro bomb blast drama
Russian riot police run near the Lubyanka metro station in Moscow after two explosions during the early morning rush hour in metro stations killed at least 37 people. Moscow chief prosecutor Yury Syomin said that suicide bombers, wearing belts with explosives, caused the twin blasts - one at Lubyanka station and the other at Park Kulturi station. (All photos - Getty Images)
Moscow metro bomb blast drama
Russian emergency workers carry the body of a victim of a terrorist bomb attack out of the Lubyanka metro station in Moscow after two women suicide bombers blew themselves up on packed metro trains in central Moscow's morning rush hour.
Moscow metro bomb blast drama
A Russian man walks near a puddle of blood at the Park Kulturi metro station in Moscow after two explosions during the early morning rush hour in metro stations killed at least 37 people.
Moscow metro bomb blast drama
A Russian woman cries at the site of a terrorist bomb attack at the Lubyanka metro station in Moscow.
Moscow metro bomb blast drama
Russian police set up barricades near the Lubyanka metro station in Moscow after two explosions during the early morning rush hour in metro stations killed at least 37 people.
Moscow metro bomb blast drama
Russian police stand guard near the Lubyanka metro station in Moscow after two explosions during the early morning rush hour in metro stations killed at least 37 people.
Moscow metro bomb blast drama
Russian police stand guard near the Lubyanka metro station in Moscow after two explosions during the early morning rush hour in metro stations killed at least 37 people.
Moscow metro bomb blast drama
A Russian police specialist exits the Lubyanka metro station in Moscow after two explosions during the early morning rush hour in metro stations killed at least 37 people.
Moscow metro bomb blast drama
A Russian policeman stands guard as workers with equipment enter the Park Kultury metro station in Moscow. Two female suicide bombers blew themselves up on packed metro trains in central Moscow's morning rush hour, killing at least 37 people in the deadliest attacks in the Russian capital for six years.
Moscow metro bomb blast drama
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev speaks during an emergency session of the Security Council at the Kremlin in Moscow. Medvedev said Russia would fight terror without hesitation and to the end after two women suicide bombers blew themselves up on packed metro trains in central Moscow's morning rush hour.
Moscow metro bomb blast drama
Russian emeregency workers enter a pedestrian underpass to get to the Lubyanka metro station near the Federal Security Services (FSB) building in Moscow after two women suicide bombers blew themselves up on packed metro trains in central Moscow's morning rush hour.
Moscow metro bomb blast drama
Russian emergency workers place the body of a victim of a terrorist bomb attack in an ambulance outside the Park Kulturi metro in Moscow after two women suicide bombers blew themselves up on packed metro trains in central Moscow's morning rush hour.