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Cable: For Years FBI Was Little Help Going After ‘Russia’s Bin Laden’
Russian security services for years asked the FBI for information the Americans may have had on the man known as “Russia’s Osama bin Laden,” but the FBI was little help – mostly because even after high-profile terror attacks and an official terrorist designation by the U.S., the Bureau hadn’t
Moscow Metro Train Derails
At least 20 people reportedly dead and 150 injured as a result of the accident.
2014 Sochi Olympics: Russia in Terrorists' Crosshairs
Putin's Vow of Safe Winter Games May Not Be Enough As Islamist Leader Promises Attacks
Russian Suicide Bus Bombing Caught on Dash Cam
Dashboard camera video captured a deadly bus explosion in Russia Monday that local authorities said was the work of a female suicide bomber, according to international reports. The brief video, aired on Russian television, shows a city bus in Volgograd, formerly St. Petersburg, traveling normally
Actor Steven Seagal Helped Lawmakers Plan Trip to Chechnya
MOSCOW – Action film star Steven Seagal appears to be trying out a new role: diplomatic matchmaker. A delegation of American lawmakers arrived in Russia this week to investigate the Boston bombing, but ABC News has confirmed that Seagal helped the group explore a trip...
Investigators Look at Possible Overseas Links to Boston Tragedies
Could the two brothers suspected in the Boston bombings be connected to terror outside of the U.S?
Feb. 6: Elizabeth Become Queen 1952; Reagan Doctrine 1985
1952 Elizabeth Becomes Queen England’s King George VI died on Feb. 6, 1952, leaving the throne to his oldest daughter. Princess Elizabeth officially became Queen Elizabeth II at her coronation ceremony on June 2, 1953. The year 2012 marks the queen’s Diamond Jubilee anniversary. ...
Feb. 6, 2004: Moscow Subway Bombings
A bomb went off during the morning rush hour and one of the busiest subways and the world everything went dark she says my face was where I fell to the ground. As the victims were brought to the surface they retreated on the street. And down on the fulfill during the Cold War to protect Russians
'Terrorist Attack' at Moscow Airport Leaves 35 Dead
Obama Condemns 'Outrageous Act of Terrorism', Official: 'Too Early to Say' Who's Responsible
Russian President: Airport Security Was 'Simply Anarchy' Before Bombing
Suicide Bombing at Moscow's Domodedovo Airport Claimed 35 Lives, Injured Scores More