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Moscow, Russia (CNN) -- Investigators have found "elements of an explosive device" at the site of the derailment of an express train in Russia and believe an act of terror caused the deadly incident.
The derailment killed at least 26 people and injured about 100, but there was no immediate word on who or what group might have been behind the action.
"One can say with certainty that that was indeed an act of terror," Vladimir Markin, spokesman for the investigative committee of the Russian prosecutor's office, told CNN.
He would not elaborate on exactly what kind of "elements of
Originally posted by Dimitri Dzengalshlevi
wow, I'm glad to see all of you judging Russia's ability to provide information to the public. Since when has the US government been reliable? or for that sake, any other nation?
I would much rather trust Russians who have nothing to hide or fear.
but then I guess I doubt everything from everywhere
Originally posted by Maxmars
I always find it most interesting when an undeclared act of terrorism is identified.
How can it be terrorism? To what end?
Perhaps it was just a crime. They still have those in the world right? Or is everything now terror?
According to Vesti.Ru among the victims of the explosion was Boris Evstratikov who was the chairman of the Federal Reserve of Russia. Also businessmen Sergei Tarasov CEO of company Rosavtodor – giant in road construction in Russia. The high profile of the victims may suggest different path for the investigation. No group has yet took responsibility for the bombing.