Monday, April 3, 2017

World News Briefs -- April 4, 2017

Daily Mail: Carriage of carnage: Pictures emerge from INSIDE the train where a nail bomb killed 11 in St Petersburg metro attack as police issue CCTV of 'Islamist suicide bomber who also planted a second device that was defused'

* The horrific blast occurred between Sennaya Ploshchad and Sadovaya train station in St Petersburg, Russia
* Ambulances raced to the scene of the carnage caused by a nail bomb which was detonated on the network
* At least 11 people are reported to have been killed by the blast and 50 including children have been injured
* Nobody has claimed responsibility, but previous attacks on Russia have been blamed on ISIS and Chechens
* Bearded man who was identified on CCTV as the main suspect has handed himself and insists he is innocent
* Russian detectives now believe a suicide bomber with links to radical Islamists was behind the horrific attack

These are the first images showing carnage inside the carriage of a St Petersburg metro train after a nail bomb exploded inside - killing 11 people and injuring 50.

The horrifying pictures show bodies, blood, wreckage and debris strewn across the carriage of the train, which was hit by the blast while travelling between Sennaya Ploshchad and Sadovaya metro stations.

Police in Russia now believe a suicide bomber, who has close links to radical Islamists was behind the attack.
He was named locally as Maksim Arishev, 22, from Kazakhstan and a CCTV image has been released of the suspect.

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