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Bombing at Moscow Domodedovo Airport Leaves 31+ Dead, Injures 100

Reports from Russian news agencies indicate that a suicide bombing at Moscow's Domodedovo airport leaves 31+ people dead and injures 100+ people. The bombing occurred at 13:32 GMT on Monday, January 24, 2011 within Russia's largest airport.

Eyewitnesses report hearing a "huge bang" and then seeing smoke from the international baggage claim area. People then attempted to flee from emergency exits within the airport. Emergency crews and ambulances quickly responded to the scene to assist and rescue the injured and wounded.

Officials from the Kremlin believe Islamist insurgents are behind the bombing. President Dmitry Medvedev has declared an investigation will follow and the attackers will be prosecuted.

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