Московская милиция патрулирует Кремль после теракта в "Домодедово"

25 Января 2011, 14:17

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Mounted police officers prepare to patrol the area around the Moscow Kremlin, on January 25, 2011, the day after the Moscow airport bomb blast that killed 35 people. President Dmitry Medvedev on Tuesday called terror the most serious threat to Russia and vowed to "liquidate" the militants behind the Moscow airport bomb blast that killed 35 people.AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV
Mounted police officers prepare to patrol the area around the Moscow Kremlin, on January 25, 2011, the day after the Moscow airport bomb blast that killed 35 people. President Dmitry Medvedev on Tuesday called terror the most serious threat to Russia and vowed to "liquidate" the militants behind the Moscow airport bomb blast that killed 35 people.AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV
Police officers patrol the Red Square in Moscow, on January 25, 2011, the next day after the Moscow airport bomb blast that killed 35 people. Russian investigators have linked the attack -- the second to strike Moscow in less than a year -- to a suicide bomber from the country's predominantly Muslim North Caucasus region. AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV
Mounted police officers patrol the area around the Moscow Kremlin, on January 25, 2011, the day after the Moscow airport bomb blast that killed 35 people. President Dmitry Medvedev on Tuesday called terror the most serious threat to Russia and vowed to "liquidate" the militants behind the Moscow airport bomb blast that killed 35 people.AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV
Police officers patrol the Red Square in Moscow, on January 25, 2011, the day after the Moscow airport bomb blast that killed 35 people. Russian investigators have linked the attack -- the second to strike Moscow in less than a year -- to a suicide bomber from the country's predominantly Muslim North Caucasus region. AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV
Police officers patrol the Red Square in Moscow, on January 25, 2011, the day after the Moscow airport bomb blast that killed 35 people. Russian investigators have linked the attack -- the second to strike Moscow in less than a year -- to a suicide bomber from the country's predominantly Muslim North Caucasus region. AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV

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