Bombs in Dagestan, Chechens claim Moscow blasts
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Bombs in Dagestan, Chechens claim Moscow blasts

Suicide blasts killed at least a dozen in southern Russia Wednesday, as a Chechen rebel leader claimed responsibility for the deadly subway blasts in Moscow. Russia's president promised to continue to fight against terrorist activity. (The Associated Press)

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