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Two suspected terrorists behind Moscow airport blast named

Two suspected terrorists behind Moscow airport blast named
A police source has identified two men who have been put on the wanted list for alleged links to the terror attack at Moscow’s Domodedovo Airport.

Adam Ganzhiev, 20, and Islam Evloev, 23, have been named as suspects: both were living in the same village in the southern Russian republic of Ingushetia, the source told Interfax news agency.

Earlier, a Magomed Evloev was unofficially named as the suicide bomber, who set off the explosion at the airport. He lived in the same village and went missing along with the two suspects named on Monday. It is not clear whether Islam Evloev was a relative of Magomed.

Earlier, the Investigative Committee reported that it had established all the major details of the bombing.

The attack in the arrivals hall at one of Moscow’s international airports, Domodedovo, on January 24, killed 36 and injured over 100 people.