В Минске скорбят по погибшим при взрыве в метро

13 Апреля 2011, 15:50

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A woman mourns at the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman places a candle near the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman cries near an entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man mounts a Belarus flag with a mourning ribbon in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , A girl places candles near a stand with photos of the recent metro blast's victims mounted outside the metro station hit by the blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People light candles early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man lays flowers, early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk on April 11. 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. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , Japanese police officers climb up a slope after receiving a tsunami warning following a powerful tremor, one of hundreds of aftershocks stemming from the massive earthquake-tsunami that hit a month ago, in Minamisanriku, Miyagi prefecture on April 12, 2011. Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan said that the tsunami-hit Fukushima nuclear plant is gradually stabilising and that the amount of radiation being released is falling. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , People lay flowers outside the Belarussian Embassy in Moscow on April 12, 2011, for the victims of the blast that hit a metro station in Minsk on April 11. The poster reads: ?Belarus, we are with you! Stay strong!?. Belarus made the first arrests over the Minsk metro bombing that killed 12 commuters, the worst attack in its modern history which the authorities called a plot to destabilise the country. AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV , A woman prays during a service for the victims of the recent metro station?s blast in a Orthodox cathedral in Minsk, on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , A woman cries as she lays flowers outside a metro station hit by a blast in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV
A woman mourns at the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman places a candle near the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman cries near an entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man mounts a Belarus flag with a mourning ribbon in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , A girl places candles near a stand with photos of the recent metro blast's victims mounted outside the metro station hit by the blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People light candles early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man lays flowers, early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk on April 11. 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. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , Japanese police officers climb up a slope after receiving a tsunami warning following a powerful tremor, one of hundreds of aftershocks stemming from the massive earthquake-tsunami that hit a month ago, in Minamisanriku, Miyagi prefecture on April 12, 2011. Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan said that the tsunami-hit Fukushima nuclear plant is gradually stabilising and that the amount of radiation being released is falling. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , People lay flowers outside the Belarussian Embassy in Moscow on April 12, 2011, for the victims of the blast that hit a metro station in Minsk on April 11. The poster reads: ?Belarus, we are with you! Stay strong!?. Belarus made the first arrests over the Minsk metro bombing that killed 12 commuters, the worst attack in its modern history which the authorities called a plot to destabilise the country. AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV , A woman prays during a service for the victims of the recent metro station?s blast in a Orthodox cathedral in Minsk, on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV
A woman mourns at the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman places a candle near the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman cries near an entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man mounts a Belarus flag with a mourning ribbon in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , A girl places candles near a stand with photos of the recent metro blast's victims mounted outside the metro station hit by the blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People light candles early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man lays flowers, early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk on April 11. 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. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , Japanese police officers climb up a slope after receiving a tsunami warning following a powerful tremor, one of hundreds of aftershocks stemming from the massive earthquake-tsunami that hit a month ago, in Minamisanriku, Miyagi prefecture on April 12, 2011. Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan said that the tsunami-hit Fukushima nuclear plant is gradually stabilising and that the amount of radiation being released is falling. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , People lay flowers outside the Belarussian Embassy in Moscow on April 12, 2011, for the victims of the blast that hit a metro station in Minsk on April 11. The poster reads: ?Belarus, we are with you! Stay strong!?. Belarus made the first arrests over the Minsk metro bombing that killed 12 commuters, the worst attack in its modern history which the authorities called a plot to destabilise the country. AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV
A woman mourns at the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman places a candle near the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman cries near an entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man mounts a Belarus flag with a mourning ribbon in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , A girl places candles near a stand with photos of the recent metro blast's victims mounted outside the metro station hit by the blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People light candles early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV
A woman mourns at the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman places a candle near the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman cries near an entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man mounts a Belarus flag with a mourning ribbon in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , A girl places candles near a stand with photos of the recent metro blast's victims mounted outside the metro station hit by the blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People light candles early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man lays flowers, early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk on April 11. 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. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV
A woman mourns at the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman places a candle near the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman cries near an entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man mounts a Belarus flag with a mourning ribbon in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , A girl places candles near a stand with photos of the recent metro blast's victims mounted outside the metro station hit by the blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People light candles early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man lays flowers, early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk on April 11. 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. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , Japanese police officers climb up a slope after receiving a tsunami warning following a powerful tremor, one of hundreds of aftershocks stemming from the massive earthquake-tsunami that hit a month ago, in Minamisanriku, Miyagi prefecture on April 12, 2011. Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan said that the tsunami-hit Fukushima nuclear plant is gradually stabilising and that the amount of radiation being released is falling. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , People lay flowers outside the Belarussian Embassy in Moscow on April 12, 2011, for the victims of the blast that hit a metro station in Minsk on April 11. The poster reads: ?Belarus, we are with you! Stay strong!?. Belarus made the first arrests over the Minsk metro bombing that killed 12 commuters, the worst attack in its modern history which the authorities called a plot to destabilise the country. AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV , A woman prays during a service for the victims of the recent metro station?s blast in a Orthodox cathedral in Minsk, on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , A woman cries as she lays flowers outside a metro station hit by a blast in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , Relatives of the recent metro station blast victims cry at a hospital in Minsk on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV
A woman mourns at the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman places a candle near the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman cries near an entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man mounts a Belarus flag with a mourning ribbon in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , A girl places candles near a stand with photos of the recent metro blast's victims mounted outside the metro station hit by the blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People light candles early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man lays flowers, early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk on April 11. 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. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , Japanese police officers climb up a slope after receiving a tsunami warning following a powerful tremor, one of hundreds of aftershocks stemming from the massive earthquake-tsunami that hit a month ago, in Minamisanriku, Miyagi prefecture on April 12, 2011. Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan said that the tsunami-hit Fukushima nuclear plant is gradually stabilising and that the amount of radiation being released is falling. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , People lay flowers outside the Belarussian Embassy in Moscow on April 12, 2011, for the victims of the blast that hit a metro station in Minsk on April 11. The poster reads: ?Belarus, we are with you! Stay strong!?. Belarus made the first arrests over the Minsk metro bombing that killed 12 commuters, the worst attack in its modern history which the authorities called a plot to destabilise the country. AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV , A woman prays during a service for the victims of the recent metro station?s blast in a Orthodox cathedral in Minsk, on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , A woman cries as she lays flowers outside a metro station hit by a blast in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , Relatives of the recent metro station blast victims cry at a hospital in Minsk on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV
A woman mourns at the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman places a candle near the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman cries near an entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man mounts a Belarus flag with a mourning ribbon in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , A girl places candles near a stand with photos of the recent metro blast's victims mounted outside the metro station hit by the blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People light candles early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man lays flowers, early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk on April 11. 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. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , Japanese police officers climb up a slope after receiving a tsunami warning following a powerful tremor, one of hundreds of aftershocks stemming from the massive earthquake-tsunami that hit a month ago, in Minamisanriku, Miyagi prefecture on April 12, 2011. Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan said that the tsunami-hit Fukushima nuclear plant is gradually stabilising and that the amount of radiation being released is falling. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , People lay flowers outside the Belarussian Embassy in Moscow on April 12, 2011, for the victims of the blast that hit a metro station in Minsk on April 11. The poster reads: ?Belarus, we are with you! Stay strong!?. Belarus made the first arrests over the Minsk metro bombing that killed 12 commuters, the worst attack in its modern history which the authorities called a plot to destabilise the country. AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV , A woman prays during a service for the victims of the recent metro station?s blast in a Orthodox cathedral in Minsk, on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , A woman cries as she lays flowers outside a metro station hit by a blast in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , Relatives of the recent metro station blast victims cry at a hospital in Minsk on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV
A woman mourns at the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman places a candle near the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman cries near an entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man mounts a Belarus flag with a mourning ribbon in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , A girl places candles near a stand with photos of the recent metro blast's victims mounted outside the metro station hit by the blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People light candles early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man lays flowers, early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk on April 11. 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. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , Japanese police officers climb up a slope after receiving a tsunami warning following a powerful tremor, one of hundreds of aftershocks stemming from the massive earthquake-tsunami that hit a month ago, in Minamisanriku, Miyagi prefecture on April 12, 2011. Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan said that the tsunami-hit Fukushima nuclear plant is gradually stabilising and that the amount of radiation being released is falling. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , People lay flowers outside the Belarussian Embassy in Moscow on April 12, 2011, for the victims of the blast that hit a metro station in Minsk on April 11. The poster reads: ?Belarus, we are with you! Stay strong!?. Belarus made the first arrests over the Minsk metro bombing that killed 12 commuters, the worst attack in its modern history which the authorities called a plot to destabilise the country. AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV , A woman prays during a service for the victims of the recent metro station?s blast in a Orthodox cathedral in Minsk, on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , A woman cries as she lays flowers outside a metro station hit by a blast in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , Relatives of the recent metro station blast victims cry at a hospital in Minsk on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV
A woman mourns at the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman places a candle near the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman cries near an entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man mounts a Belarus flag with a mourning ribbon in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , A girl places candles near a stand with photos of the recent metro blast's victims mounted outside the metro station hit by the blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People light candles early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man lays flowers, early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk on April 11. 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. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , Japanese police officers climb up a slope after receiving a tsunami warning following a powerful tremor, one of hundreds of aftershocks stemming from the massive earthquake-tsunami that hit a month ago, in Minamisanriku, Miyagi prefecture on April 12, 2011. Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan said that the tsunami-hit Fukushima nuclear plant is gradually stabilising and that the amount of radiation being released is falling. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , People lay flowers outside the Belarussian Embassy in Moscow on April 12, 2011, for the victims of the blast that hit a metro station in Minsk on April 11. The poster reads: ?Belarus, we are with you! Stay strong!?. Belarus made the first arrests over the Minsk metro bombing that killed 12 commuters, the worst attack in its modern history which the authorities called a plot to destabilise the country. AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV , A woman prays during a service for the victims of the recent metro station?s blast in a Orthodox cathedral in Minsk, on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , A woman cries as she lays flowers outside a metro station hit by a blast in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , Relatives of the recent metro station blast victims cry at a hospital in Minsk on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV
A woman mourns at the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman places a candle near the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman cries near an entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man mounts a Belarus flag with a mourning ribbon in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , A girl places candles near a stand with photos of the recent metro blast's victims mounted outside the metro station hit by the blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People light candles early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man lays flowers, early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk on April 11. 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. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , Japanese police officers climb up a slope after receiving a tsunami warning following a powerful tremor, one of hundreds of aftershocks stemming from the massive earthquake-tsunami that hit a month ago, in Minamisanriku, Miyagi prefecture on April 12, 2011. Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan said that the tsunami-hit Fukushima nuclear plant is gradually stabilising and that the amount of radiation being released is falling. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , People lay flowers outside the Belarussian Embassy in Moscow on April 12, 2011, for the victims of the blast that hit a metro station in Minsk on April 11. The poster reads: ?Belarus, we are with you! Stay strong!?. Belarus made the first arrests over the Minsk metro bombing that killed 12 commuters, the worst attack in its modern history which the authorities called a plot to destabilise the country. AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV , A woman prays during a service for the victims of the recent metro station?s blast in a Orthodox cathedral in Minsk, on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , A woman cries as she lays flowers outside a metro station hit by a blast in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , Relatives of the recent metro station blast victims cry at a hospital in Minsk on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV
A woman mourns at the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman places a candle near the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman cries near an entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man mounts a Belarus flag with a mourning ribbon in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , A girl places candles near a stand with photos of the recent metro blast's victims mounted outside the metro station hit by the blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People light candles early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man lays flowers, early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk on April 11. 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. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , Japanese police officers climb up a slope after receiving a tsunami warning following a powerful tremor, one of hundreds of aftershocks stemming from the massive earthquake-tsunami that hit a month ago, in Minamisanriku, Miyagi prefecture on April 12, 2011. Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan said that the tsunami-hit Fukushima nuclear plant is gradually stabilising and that the amount of radiation being released is falling. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , People lay flowers outside the Belarussian Embassy in Moscow on April 12, 2011, for the victims of the blast that hit a metro station in Minsk on April 11. The poster reads: ?Belarus, we are with you! Stay strong!?. Belarus made the first arrests over the Minsk metro bombing that killed 12 commuters, the worst attack in its modern history which the authorities called a plot to destabilise the country. AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV , A woman prays during a service for the victims of the recent metro station?s blast in a Orthodox cathedral in Minsk, on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , A woman cries as she lays flowers outside a metro station hit by a blast in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , Relatives of the recent metro station blast victims cry at a hospital in Minsk on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , Police officers stand guard near flowers and candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in central Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV
A woman mourns at the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman places a candle near the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman cries near an entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man mounts a Belarus flag with a mourning ribbon in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , A girl places candles near a stand with photos of the recent metro blast's victims mounted outside the metro station hit by the blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People light candles early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man lays flowers, early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk on April 11. 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. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , Japanese police officers climb up a slope after receiving a tsunami warning following a powerful tremor, one of hundreds of aftershocks stemming from the massive earthquake-tsunami that hit a month ago, in Minamisanriku, Miyagi prefecture on April 12, 2011. Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan said that the tsunami-hit Fukushima nuclear plant is gradually stabilising and that the amount of radiation being released is falling. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , People lay flowers outside the Belarussian Embassy in Moscow on April 12, 2011, for the victims of the blast that hit a metro station in Minsk on April 11. The poster reads: ?Belarus, we are with you! Stay strong!?. Belarus made the first arrests over the Minsk metro bombing that killed 12 commuters, the worst attack in its modern history which the authorities called a plot to destabilise the country. AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV , A woman prays during a service for the victims of the recent metro station?s blast in a Orthodox cathedral in Minsk, on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , A woman cries as she lays flowers outside a metro station hit by a blast in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , Relatives of the recent metro station blast victims cry at a hospital in Minsk on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , Police officers stand guard near flowers and candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in central Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV
A woman mourns at the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman places a candle near the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman cries near an entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man mounts a Belarus flag with a mourning ribbon in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , A girl places candles near a stand with photos of the recent metro blast's victims mounted outside the metro station hit by the blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People light candles early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man lays flowers, early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk on April 11. 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. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , Japanese police officers climb up a slope after receiving a tsunami warning following a powerful tremor, one of hundreds of aftershocks stemming from the massive earthquake-tsunami that hit a month ago, in Minamisanriku, Miyagi prefecture on April 12, 2011. Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan said that the tsunami-hit Fukushima nuclear plant is gradually stabilising and that the amount of radiation being released is falling. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , People lay flowers outside the Belarussian Embassy in Moscow on April 12, 2011, for the victims of the blast that hit a metro station in Minsk on April 11. The poster reads: ?Belarus, we are with you! Stay strong!?. Belarus made the first arrests over the Minsk metro bombing that killed 12 commuters, the worst attack in its modern history which the authorities called a plot to destabilise the country. AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV , A woman prays during a service for the victims of the recent metro station?s blast in a Orthodox cathedral in Minsk, on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , A woman cries as she lays flowers outside a metro station hit by a blast in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , Relatives of the recent metro station blast victims cry at a hospital in Minsk on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , Police officers stand guard near flowers and candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in central Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV
A woman mourns at the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman places a candle near the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman cries near an entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man mounts a Belarus flag with a mourning ribbon in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , A girl places candles near a stand with photos of the recent metro blast's victims mounted outside the metro station hit by the blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People light candles early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man lays flowers, early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk on April 11. 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. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , Japanese police officers climb up a slope after receiving a tsunami warning following a powerful tremor, one of hundreds of aftershocks stemming from the massive earthquake-tsunami that hit a month ago, in Minamisanriku, Miyagi prefecture on April 12, 2011. Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan said that the tsunami-hit Fukushima nuclear plant is gradually stabilising and that the amount of radiation being released is falling. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , People lay flowers outside the Belarussian Embassy in Moscow on April 12, 2011, for the victims of the blast that hit a metro station in Minsk on April 11. The poster reads: ?Belarus, we are with you! Stay strong!?. Belarus made the first arrests over the Minsk metro bombing that killed 12 commuters, the worst attack in its modern history which the authorities called a plot to destabilise the country. AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV , A woman prays during a service for the victims of the recent metro station?s blast in a Orthodox cathedral in Minsk, on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , A woman cries as she lays flowers outside a metro station hit by a blast in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , Relatives of the recent metro station blast victims cry at a hospital in Minsk on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , Police officers stand guard near flowers and candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in central Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV
A woman mourns at the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman places a candle near the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman cries near an entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man mounts a Belarus flag with a mourning ribbon in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , A girl places candles near a stand with photos of the recent metro blast's victims mounted outside the metro station hit by the blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People light candles early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man lays flowers, early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk on April 11. 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. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , Japanese police officers climb up a slope after receiving a tsunami warning following a powerful tremor, one of hundreds of aftershocks stemming from the massive earthquake-tsunami that hit a month ago, in Minamisanriku, Miyagi prefecture on April 12, 2011. Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan said that the tsunami-hit Fukushima nuclear plant is gradually stabilising and that the amount of radiation being released is falling. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , People lay flowers outside the Belarussian Embassy in Moscow on April 12, 2011, for the victims of the blast that hit a metro station in Minsk on April 11. The poster reads: ?Belarus, we are with you! Stay strong!?. Belarus made the first arrests over the Minsk metro bombing that killed 12 commuters, the worst attack in its modern history which the authorities called a plot to destabilise the country. AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV , A woman prays during a service for the victims of the recent metro station?s blast in a Orthodox cathedral in Minsk, on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , A woman cries as she lays flowers outside a metro station hit by a blast in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , Relatives of the recent metro station blast victims cry at a hospital in Minsk on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , Police officers stand guard near flowers and candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in central Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman holds a candle at the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People react as they gather at the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV
A woman mourns at the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman places a candle near the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman cries near an entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man mounts a Belarus flag with a mourning ribbon in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , A girl places candles near a stand with photos of the recent metro blast's victims mounted outside the metro station hit by the blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People light candles early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man lays flowers, early on April 12, 2011, outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk on April 11. 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. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , Japanese police officers climb up a slope after receiving a tsunami warning following a powerful tremor, one of hundreds of aftershocks stemming from the massive earthquake-tsunami that hit a month ago, in Minamisanriku, Miyagi prefecture on April 12, 2011. Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan said that the tsunami-hit Fukushima nuclear plant is gradually stabilising and that the amount of radiation being released is falling. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , People lay flowers outside the Belarussian Embassy in Moscow on April 12, 2011, for the victims of the blast that hit a metro station in Minsk on April 11. The poster reads: ?Belarus, we are with you! Stay strong!?. Belarus made the first arrests over the Minsk metro bombing that killed 12 commuters, the worst attack in its modern history which the authorities called a plot to destabilise the country. AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV , A woman prays during a service for the victims of the recent metro station?s blast in a Orthodox cathedral in Minsk, on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , A woman cries as she lays flowers outside a metro station hit by a blast in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , Relatives of the recent metro station blast victims cry at a hospital in Minsk on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , Police officers stand guard near flowers and candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in central Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Belarus sought to identify the perpetrators behind the bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150 on April 11, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , People lay flowers and place candles outside a metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman holds a candle at the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV
A woman mourns at the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV
A woman mourns at the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman places a candle near the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV
A woman mourns at the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman places a candle near the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman cries near an entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV
A woman mourns at the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman places a candle near the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman cries near an entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man mounts a Belarus flag with a mourning ribbon in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV , A girl places candles near a stand with photos of the recent metro blast's victims mounted outside the metro station hit by the blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV
A woman mourns at the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman places a candle near the entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A woman cries near an entrance to the metro station hit by a blast in downtown Minsk, on April 12, 2011. Several people have been arrested for the April 11 bombing on the Minsk metro that killed 12 and wounded 150, the first major apparent act of terror in its post-Soviet history. AFP PHOTO / VIKTOR DRACHEV , A man mounts a Belarus flag with a mourning ribbon in central Minsk early on April 12, 2011. The explosion at a busy metro station in the heart of the Belarussian capital near the headquarters of autocratic President Alexander Lukashenko stunned a city which has never seen attacks like those suffered in Russia. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY GROMOV

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