Rebels claim Russia train blast

Chechen separatists say they are behind bomb that killed 26 people and injured 100.

    Chechen rebels have claimed responsibility for a recent bomb attack on a Russian train, according to a letter posted on a website.

    Twenty-six people were killed and around 100 passengers injured when an explosion hit an express train travelling from Moscow to St Petersburg last Friday.
     
    Neave Barker reports from Moscow.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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