Moscow, downstairs at Lubyanka metro station, evening March 30, 2010. Photo by the "Caucasian Knot"

29 March 2014, 20:30

Moscow commemorates metro terror act victims

On Saturday, March 29, Moscow hosted mourning ceremonies in commemoration of the casualties of the terror acts committed in Moscow metro in 2010.

The "Caucasian Knot" has reported that on March 29, 2010, two explosions were triggered at metro stations "Park Kultury" and "Lubyanka", which killed 40 and wounded over 100 people.

Today, from early morning, Muscovites began bringing flowers to the above metro stations and held commemoration actions there, the "Novaya Gazeta" reports.

Townspeople lit candles in places of the terror acts, and put icons and casualties' photos, the portal "" reports.

Let us remind you that according to investigators, the blast in "Lubyanka" was triggered by Maryam Sharipova, a native of Dagestan and the wife of one of the leaders of Dagestani militants Magomedali Vagabov. Another suicide bomber triggered the explosion at "Park Kultury" station; later, she was identified as Djanet Abdulaeva (or Abdurakhmanova, by other sources), 17, a widow of Umalat Magomedov, another leader of Dagestani militants, who was killed in late December 2009.

According to special services, one of the organizers of the terror acts was Gusein Magomedov, who accompanied Sharipova and Abdulaeva from Dagestan to Moscow.

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