Massive 'anti-terrorism' rally held in Moscow

In Moscow, thousands turned out at an 'anti-terrorism' rally. Russian police say they've found explosives similar to those used in a suicide attack this week on the St Petersburg metro.

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    In Moscow, thousands turned out at an 'anti-terrorism' rally.

    Russian police say they've found explosives similar to those used in a suicide attack this week on the St Petersburg metro.

    The discovery came when officers raided an apartment building, arresting several people.

    Al Jazeera’s Rory Challands reports from Moscow.


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