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Emmure is a deathcore band from Queens, New York. On May 7, 2013 while performing live in Moscow, Russia, the band’s frontman Frankie Palmeri was electrocuted, seized up and fell on stage. As can be seen from the video, the … Continue reading →
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Moscow’s busiest air transportation hub – Domodedovo International Airport was attacked by an apparent suicide bomber on Monday, January 24, 2011. 35 people were killed and at least 180 injured after an explosion hit the baggage reclaim area of the Domodedovo’s international arrivals hall. Russian investigators identified the suicide bomber as a 20-year-old male from the North Caucasus but refused to release the name while investigation is still underway.
According to the press release by the Federal Investigative Committee of Russia, the goal of the Domodedovo Explosion was to kill as many foreign citizens as possible. Nationals of Tajikistan, Germany, UK, Uzbekistan, Austria, Kyrgyzstan and Ukraine were among the victims. 16 of the victims were Russians but some of the victims are yet to be identified.
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev fired several airport officials, including a regional transport chief and a Moscow police deputy, blaming them for major security lapses that allowed for the attacker to get through unchallenged.
The 20-year-old man suspected of being the mastermind and organized of the Domodedovo bombing is a member of the Nogaisky Jamaat extremist Islamic group that is said to have received training in Pakistan. He is native of the Stavropol region and has allegedly been on the Russian most wanted list for a while. He is believed to have had an equivalent to 2 – 5 kg of TNT strapped to his body. Up to this moment, no Islamic organization has claimed credit for the Domodedovo attack leaving the possibility that it was a one man show in the open. Russian authorities are on the hunt for accomplices who may have assisted with the attack.
CCTV Video of the Domodedovo Explosion
Domodedovo Airport Bombing Aftermath Video
Gallery of photos of victims of the Domodedovo suicide bombing as well as the head and portrait of suspected perpetrator:
Domodedovo Airport Bombing Report on Russian TV Channel
Decapitated Head of Domodedovo Airport Suicide Bomber – 20 Year Old Man from the North Caucasus
Reuters Obtained Mugshot of Alleged Suicide Bomber Who Attacked Domodedovo Airport in Moscow
Bloody Aftermath of Domodedovo Airport Suicide Bombing
Dead Victim of Domodedovo Explosion Lays Next To Severed Hand
Domodedovo Explosion – Cowardly Attack on Russia by a North Caucassus Man
Suicide Bombing at Domodedovo International Airport Claimed Lives of 35 People
Dead Bodies Lay Scattered Across the Floor After Explosion at Domodedovo Airport
Domodedovo Suicide Bomber Reanimated Through Drawing