Moscow responds to terrorist attacks at airport

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Russia is reeling from Monday's suicide bombing, which killed 35 people in Moscow's largest airport. Although it is suspected that Chechen rebels were behind the attacks, no one has claimed responsibility. In the wake of the attack, President Medvedev harshly criticized airport security. Cliff Levy, Moscow bureau chief for The New York Times, explains the reactions to the bombing.
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