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Russian Trail Derailment 'Act of Terrorism'
Source in Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's office says train derailment that killed dozens and injured scores near Moscow 'appears to be an act of terrorism.'
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Russia Train Derailed

Nov. 28: Russian police officers inspect a damaged coach at the site of a train derailment near the town of Uglovka, 250 miles north-east of Moscow, Russia.

(AP2009)

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Nov. 28: Russian police officers inspect a damaged coach at the site of a train derailment near the town of Uglovka, 250 miles north-east of Moscow, Russia.

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Nov. 28: Russian police officers inspect a damaged coach at the site of a train derailment near the town of Uglovka, 250 miles north-east of Moscow, Russia.

(AP2009)

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Nov. 28: Russian police officers inspect a damaged coach at the site of a train derailment near the town of Uglovka, 250 miles north-east of Moscow, Russia.

(AP2009)

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Nov. 28: Russian police officers inspect a damaged coach at the site of a train derailment near the town of Uglovka, 250 miles north-east of Moscow, Russia.

(AP2009)

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Nov. 28: Russian police officers inspect a damaged coach at the site of a train derailment near the town of Uglovka, 250 miles north-east of Moscow, Russia.

(AP2009)

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Nov. 28: Russian police officers inspect a damaged coach at the site of a train derailment near the town of Uglovka, 250 miles north-east of Moscow, Russia.

(AP2009)

Russian Trail Derailment 'Act of Terrorism'

Source in Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's office says train derailment that killed dozens and injured scores near Moscow 'appears to be an act of terrorism.'

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