Kyrgyzstan-born suspect eyed for Russia subway blast, which has killed 14

People lay flowers at a place near the Tekhnologichesky Institut subway station in St.Petersburg, Russia on Monday night, after a bomb blast tore through a train, killing several people and wounding many more.

Kyrgyzstan’s State Committee for National Security said in a statement that one suspect behind the bombing is a Kyrgyz-born Russian national it identified as Akbarzhon Dzhalilov. The Kyrgyz intelligence agency said Russian authorities informed them about the man, aged between 21 and 22, but they were not aware of his specific role in the bombing.

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  • Gary

    Not sure if I’m overly sensitive but i see a pattern where candles and flowers have no affect on terrorist to stop slaughtering god’s children as a favour to allah and his Peace.

    The mass slaughter give it that muhammad touch to show it’s really islam and not mental illness.