Moscow is officially in mourning after the March 29 2010 metro explosions that left 39 dead and more than 70 people injured, and which Russia suspects Northern Caucasus terrorists of being behind.
As Russian president Dmitry Medvedev vowed to “destroy” the perpetrators, security was stepped up amid fears of fresh attacks, the BBC said.
On March 30, Russian news agencies reported that Moscow citizens laid flowers at Moscow’s Lubyanka and Park of Culture metro stations.
Authorities in the Russian capital have stepped up security measures over the upcoming Easter holiday and the May 9 celebrations, RIA Novosti said…
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