Moscow Airport Bombing - Terrorism from the Caucasus? Russia has again become a terrorist target, with a busy public location in Moscow once again the scene of a deadly attack. A suicide bomber blew himself up at the Russian capital's Domodedovo airport, killing thirty-five people and injuring more than 130.
The latest attack has revived fears of a new wave of terrorism. In March of last year, 39 people were killed in a bombing in the Moscow metro. And the horrific siege at a school in Beslan in 2004, as well as the attack on a Moscow theater two years before that, are still very much alive in people's memories. Most of the attacks were carried out by terrorists from the Caucasus. Russian president Dmitry Medvedev is certain that this time too, those responsible are from the northern Caucasus.
There's no evidence yet to support the president's suspicions, but there's a good chance that he's right. The politically volatile Caucasus has long been a crucible of terrorism against Russi
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