Twin Bomb Blasts Kill 12 People in Russia

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

A dozen people, including a top police official, have died in another twin suicide bombing today in Russia. The attack occurred in the southern Dagestan province, near the Chechnya border.

The BBC reports that first a car blew up outside an interior ministry's office in Kizlyar. Then, another bomber blew himself up 20 minutes later where a crowd gathered.

The Dagestan attack comes two days after a terrorist attack on Moscow's subway killed 39 people.

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NOEL FOX from COPENHAGEN,DENMARK

THIS IS MORE THAN A CLEAR PROOF
THAT THEIR LEADER PUTIN AND THE USSR HAVE LOST THEIR ABILITY TO SATISFY THE IMPORTANT URGENT HUMAN NEEDS OF THEIR OWN PEOPLE.
PERHAPS,AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL SHOULD BE ASKED FOR THEIR HELP WITH THIS URGENT PROBLEM.
PS- I PRODUCED AMNESTY'S FIRST TWO DOCS
AND THEREFORE KNOW THEM EXTREMELY WELL!!

Mar. 31 2010 10:44 AM

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