Moscow may have been bomber's target
Russian security forces hunted today for the husband of a bomber who blew herself up on a bus in southern Russia, killing six people and wounding more than 30. They also raised the possibility that Moscow, not Volgograd, was the bomber's original target. Ref. Source 4
Two people killed, 15 injured as twin blasts rock Russia's Dagestan capital (VIDEO):
Two people has been killed, and at least 15 more have been hospitalized after a double explosion hit Makhachkala, the capital of Russia's restive Dagestan region, according to the country's Emergencies Ministry. Ref. Source 7
An explosion at a train station in Volgograd, Russia, killed at least 18 people on Sunday, Russian media reported.
Russia's National Anti-Terror Committee told CNN that preliminary information suggests the blast was caused by a female suicide bomber.
The RIA Novosti news agency also said dozens were injured, citing police. The ITAR-TASS news agency reported a lower death toll of 13.
It is the second bombing in the southern Russian city in two months and comes less than six weeks ahead of the Winter Olympics in Sochi, located less than 1,000 kilometers (620 miles) from Volgograd.
No one has claimed responsibility for the attack. Ref. CNN
At least 10 people were killed when a trolleybus exploded in the second blast to hit the Russian city of Volgograd in the last two days, according to multiple news agencies. Sixteen people died in a suicide bombing in the city's train station Sunday, increasing the focus on already-heavy security for the Sochi Olympics in six weeks. Ref. USAToday
Male Suicide Bomber Believed Behind Russian Trolleybus Blast
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian investigators said they believe a male suicide bomber carried out an attack that killed at least 14 people on a trolleybus in the southern city of Volgograd on Monday. "It is now possible to preliminarily say that the explosive device was set off by a suicide bomber - a man whose body fragments have been collected and sent for genetic testing," the federal Investigative Committee said in a statement. (Reporting by Lidia Kelly and Alissa de Carbonnel; Writing by Steve Gutterman)