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Suicide Bombing In Moscow Airport Leaves More Than 30 Dead, Scores Injured02:38
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A man wounded in a blast is carried away at Domodedovo airport in Moscow. (AP)
A man wounded in a blast is carried away at Domodedovo airport in Moscow. (AP)

Russian authorities say more than thirty people are dead and around 130 wounded after a suicide bombing in the arrivals hall at the Domodedovo airport, Russia's largest.

Michael Schwirtz of the New York Times joins us for an update from Moscow.

This segment aired on January 24, 2011.

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