Evo said:I hope the criminals are caught quickly.
BBC said:More than 100 people were injured - 20 of them critically - by the blast, which reports suggest was the work of a suicide bomber.
arildno said:I'm in favour of equal profiling.
60-year old grandmothers are, of course, equally suspect perpetrators in this case as Buddhist monks.
On January 24, 2011, a suicide bombing took place at Moscow's Domodedovo airport in Russia. The explosion occurred in the international arrivals hall, killing 37 people and injuring over 170 others.
The bombing was carried out by a lone suicide bomber, later identified as a 20-year-old man from the North Caucasus region of Russia. The attack was believed to be orchestrated by a terrorist group known as the Caucasus Emirate.
Following the attack, Russian authorities implemented stricter security measures at all airports in the country. This included increased surveillance, more thorough screenings of passengers and luggage, and the installation of new security technologies.
The attack was seen as a direct challenge to the Russian government and its efforts to maintain stability in the country. It also raised concerns about the ongoing conflict in the North Caucasus region and the threat of terrorism in Russia.
The bombing had a significant impact on air travel in Russia, leading to a decrease in both domestic and international flights. Many airlines also chose to avoid flying to or through Russia due to concerns about safety and security. However, over time, air travel in Russia has resumed to normal levels with increased security measures in place.