Caucasus Emirate leader Doku Umarov claimed responsibility for the March 29 double suicide attack at subway stations in Moscow that killed 39 people. Umarov claimed the suicide attacks were revenge for a February raid by the FSB and said more attacks inside Russia should be expected.
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Doku Umarov claimed the attack was revenge for a February raid in the village of Arshty in Ingushetia. Umarov reiterated that attacks inside Russia would continue.
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A pair of suicide bombers killed 13 people, including nine policemen, in an attack in the city of Kizlyar in Dagestan. The second bomber detonated as rescue operations for the first blast were under way. The chief of police of Kizlyar was among those killed.