18 February 2004 Shock and trepidation were the responses of Muscovites to the explosion in the subway train on 6 February–even though something of the kind could logically have been expected after the seizure of hostages in Dubrovka [in October 2003, an incident that ended in the deaths of over 130 people] and the explosions […]

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