Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Moscow Subway Bombings -- The Aftermath

Mourners standing at the site of a bombing in the Park Kultury metro Tuesday. Putin says the organizers will be “dredged from the bottom of the sewers.” Igor Tabakov / MT

Russians Have A Sense Of Dread After Subway Bombings -- L.A. Times

It's not only the fear that violence is returning to Moscow, but also the feeling that Putin's decade-old approach of dealing harshly with rebels in the Caucasus isn't working.

Reporting from Moscow - Russia's strategy regarding its mostly Muslim southern republics has varied little over the last decade of turbulence: Answer force with force. Attacks on trains, apartment blocks and schools are met with crushing military campaigns, disappearances and death.

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More News On The Subway Bombings In Moscow

Russia Boosts Security as Capital Mourns -- Wall Street Journal
Chilling images of dead 'black widow' Moscow bombers -- The Sun
Moscow fears tide of Black Widows -- Times Online
What Makes Chechen Women So Dangerous? -- New York Times opinion
Putin Vows to Dredge Terrorists From Sewers -- Moscow Times
Putin talks tough after Moscow subway bombings -- USA Today
Putin talks tough after Moscow subway bombings -- Yahoo News/AP
Moscow blasts may spur a Vladimir Putin takeover -- The Australian
Russian grief turns to anger toward leaders -- Washington Post
The Nation: Seeking Security In Russia -- NPR
Blasts Could Derail Medvedev’s Softer Tack in the Caucasus -- New York Times
Beyond Moscow subway bombings, Russia-U.S. intelligence bond limited -- Washington Post
Moscow subway bombings: What now? -- Yahoo News/Christian Science Monitor
The Moscow Bombings -- New York Times editorial

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