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Flying into trouble
As Moscow suffered yet another deadly bomb attack, the Kremlin is under fire for failing to end recurrent violence.
Last Modified: 26 Jan 2011 13:47 GMT

Dmitri Medvedev, Russia's president, is demanding answers from airport authorities following a suicide bomb attack on Monday.

The blast tore through Moscow's Domodedovo airport, killing at least 35 people and injuring many more.

The explosion is believed to have been set off by a suicide bomber carrying a suitcase who walked into the airport.

But who is to blame? And what does it all mean for Russia?
 
Inside Story, with presenter Ghida Fakhry, discusses. Joining us is Pavel Felgenhauer, a national security analyst, Martin McCauley, a Russia and the Caucasus expert and professor from the University of London, and Alexander Nekrassov, a Russian author and former advisor to the Kremlin.

This episode of Inside Story aired from Tuesday, January 25, 2010.

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