Massive Crackdown in Russia in Response to 2 Deadly Terror Attacks

Almost three dozen people were killed six weeks before the winter Olympics begin in Sochi.
3:00 | 12/31/13

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Overseas this evening and to a new message from russian president vladimir putin after two terror attacks weeks before american athletes head to the olympic games. Is russia ready? Reporter: As the seconds tick down to the sochi games the promise they'll be the safest in history is seriously being questioned. Two deadly attacks in two days have shaken that promise by vladimir putin who had personally taken charge of the games and says he isn't taking any chances. Tonight in his new year's address putin vowed to pursue terrorists until their total annihilation. After the suicide bombings that killed 34 security forces arrested almost 90 people and searched 1,500 buildings. But that has done little to ease the growing worry of some on team usa including the ceo and several athletes who have said they're concerned about the attacks just 38 days before the games. This is exactly the scenario and the fears that russia wanted to avoid before sochi. Despite the crackdowns russia knows all too well how the mayhem that can be brought by its determined enemies. Next a glimmer in hope in

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