Теракт в Минске унес жизни уже 12 человек

12 Апреля 2011, 11:11

A woman helps a man injured in a bomb blast at a metro station in downtown Minsk, on April 11, 2011. At least 11 people were killed and a 100 wounded in the blast at a metro station near Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko's office in Minsk, Belarussian television said. AFP PHOTO / SERGEY BALAY
A rescue team carries a man injured in a blast at a metro station in downtown Minsk, on April 11, 2011. At least 11 people were killed and a 100 wounded in a blast at a metro station near Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko's office in Minsk, Belarussian television said. AFP PHOTO / SERGEY BALAY
A woman helps a man injured in a blast at a metro station in downtown Minsk on April 11, 2011. At least seven people were killed in a blast at a metro station near Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko's office in Minsk, Belarussian television said. AFP PHOTO / SERGEY BALAY
Firemen carry a woman injured in a bomb blast at a metro station in downtown Minsk, on April 11, 2011. At least 11 people were killed and a 100 wounded in the blast at a metro station near Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko's office in Minsk, Belarussian television said. AFP PHOTO / SERGEY BALAY
A picture taken on April 11, 2011, shows Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko (2nd R) visiting the metro station Oktyabrskaya in Minsk shortly after the blast. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in neighbouring Russia. AFP PHOTO / POOL / ANDREI STASEVICH
A picture taken on April 11, 2011 shows the metro station Oktyabrskaya shortly after the blast in the Belarussian capital Minsk. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in neighbouring Russia. AFP PHOTO / POOL / ANDREI STASEVICH
Belarus police officers look at the paramedics loading the stretcher with a blast victim at a metro station in downtown Minsk on April 11, 2011. At least seven people were killed in a blast at a metro station near Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko's office in Minsk, Belarussian television said. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV
Doctors help a man injured in a bomb blast at a metro station in downtown Minsk, on April 11, 2011. At least 11 people were killed and a 100 were wounded in a blast at a metro station near Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko's office in Minsk, Belarussian television said. AFP PHOTO / SERGEY BALAY
A woman cries near a metro station in downtown Minsk on April 11, 2011. At least seven people were killed in a blast at a metro station near Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko's office in Minsk, Belarussian television said. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV
RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / NTV" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A TV grab taken from Russian TV channel NTV shows the debris near the blast site at a metro station in downtown Minsk on April 11, 2011. At least 11 were killed and a 100 wounded in a blast at a metro station near Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko's office in Minsk, Belarussian television said. AFP PHOTO / NTV
Emergency doctors help a woman injured in a bomb blast at a metro station in downtown Minsk, on April 11, 2011. At least 11 people were killed and a 100 wounded in the blast at a metro station near Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko's office in Minsk, Belarussian television said. AFP PHOTO / SERGEY BALAY
RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / NTV" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A TV grab taken from Russian TV channel NTV shows the debris near the blast site at a metro station in downtown Minsk on April 11, 2011. At least 11 people were killed and a 100 wounded in a blast at a metro station near Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko's office in Minsk, Belarussian television said. AFP PHOTO / NTV

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