Tag: bus bombing

Terrorist Attack in Volgograd Can Be Traced Back to Pyatigorsk

January 3, 2014

On December 29, there was a new terrorist attack in Volgograd. A suicide bomber blew herself up near the passenger screening point at the city railway station, when she saw that a police officer was running towards her. At 14:00 Moscow time, 18 were reported dead, 40 more were injured. Now the security services are […]

Volgograd Bombings – Live Updates

December 31, 2013

At least 32 people have been killed in two bombings over the space of less than 24 hours in the southern Russian city of Volgograd. Updates are below. Click here to jump to a summary. UPDATES: 1726 GMT: A total of 34 people have now died in due to the two bombings in Volgograd. ITAR-TASS […]

Video of Night Attack on Muslim Prayer House

October 22, 2013

Police are searching for vandals who threw bottles with flammable liquid into a prayer house, using a videotape from a security camera at the scene. Investigators are studying frames of the video which clearly show how vandals threw Molotov cocktails through the window of the building. It is possible that this videotape will help detain […]

They Are Trying to Blow Up Your Brain

Yesterday, a suicide bomber targeted a bus in Volgograd, formerly Stalingrad, killing 6 people. This was the first article that The Interpreter encountered, published on the pro-Kremlin Izvestia within hours of the explosions, not long after authorities began to release additional information about the identity of the bomber. Officials now say that the bomber, Nadia […]

Live Updates: Bus Bombing in Volgograd, Russia

October 21, 2013

An explosion has ripped through a bus near the southern city of┬áVolgograd (map), in the volatile North Caucasus region. Updates are below. Click here to jump to the end of the page where we have posted summary and background information. October 22, 1945 GMT: The passport mystery continues (see previous updates below), but a close […]