Kyrgyz Native Suspected in St. Petersburg Metro Terrorist Attack; Truckers on Strike; Medvedev Condemns Navalny

April 4, 2017
President Vladimir Putin places flowers at a memorial to the 14 people killed in the St. Petersburg metro terrorist attack April 3, 2017. Photo by Kremlin.ru

Update: The Russian Investigative Committee has identified a Kyrgyz native as the suspect in the bombing of the St. Petersburg metro yesterday in which 14 were killed and 51 injured.

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