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Moscow in mourning, flags fly at half-mast

2010-03-30 13:45:48 GMT2010-03-30 21:45:48 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

The Russian flag flies at half-mast over Russian State Duma headquarters in Moscow, capital of Russia, on March 30, 2010 during a day of mourning for the victims of a terrorist bomb attack. (Xinhua/Lu Jinbo)

Toy bear and flowers are laid by people mourning for the bomb victims at the Lubyanka Metro Station in Moscow, capital of Russia, March 30, 2010. Tuesday was set as a Day of Mourning for those victims of the tragic bomb attacks. (Xinhua/Lu Jinbo)

People mourn for the bomb victims at the Lubyanka Metro Station in Moscow, capital of Russia, March 30, 2010. Tuesday was set as a Day of Mourning for those victims of the tragic bomb attacks. (Xinhua/Lu Jinbo)

People mourn for the bomb victims at the Lubyanka Metro Station in Moscow, capital of Russia, March 30, 2010. Tuesday was set as a Day of Mourning for those victims of the tragic bomb attacks. (Xinhua/Lu Jinbo)

People pray for the bomb victims at the Lubyanka Metro Station in Moscow, capital of Russia, March 30, 2010. Tuesday was set as a Day of Mourning for those victims of the tragic bomb attacks. (Xinhua/Lu Jinbo)

Two suicide bombers exploded themselves in two subway stations in Moscow during rush hours on Monday morning, killing at least 38 people and injuring more than 64 others. The first took place at 7:52 a.m. local time (0352 GMT) at the Lubyanka station and the second bomb detonated some 40 minutes later at the nearby Cultural Park station.

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