Russia foils two ISIS suicide bombers who planned to blow themselves up on the subway in Moscow

Russian intelligence officers have foiled a plot by an Islamic State-linked terrorist cell to carry out a number of attacks in Moscow, including at least two suicide bombings.

Four people have been arrested on suspicion of planning terror attacks in Moscow, allegedly led by two Russian-born ISIS-fighters.

The group’s plans involved two suicide bomber attacks – one on public transport and one in a shop, the Federal Security Service (FSB) said today.