Deadly bomb attack hits Moscow airport
A suicide bomber has killed at least 35 people and injured more than 100 at of Moscow’s Domodedovo airport. Reports suggest that the man entered the arrivals hall of the Russian capital’s busiest airport and shouted “I’ll kill you all” before detonating his device, which was thought to be the equivalent of 7kg of TNT. The bombing is the latest in a series of terrorist attacks on Russia’s transport network. In 2004 89 people died after two aircraft were blown up in mid-air after taking off from Domodedovo, while an attack on the Moscow metro killed 10 people. An express train was blown up in 2009 killing 29 people, and in March last year another series of bombings on the Moscow metro killed 40 people.