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Moscow metro blasts kill dozens



At least 62 people have been reported killed and 73 have been wounded in twin explosions at stations on Moscow's metro rail network.



The first blast took place at the Lubyanka metro station in the centre of the city, followed by a second explosion at Park Kultury in the southwest of the city.



Moscow's chief prosecutor said the explosions were carried out by "suicide bombers" wearing explosive belts.



"We can assume that belts with explosive devices were attached to their bodies," Yuri Syomin told reporters at Lubyanka square.



"The scenario was similar at Park Kultury metro station."



Yuri Luzhkov, the mayor of Moscow, said that both attacks were carried out by "female bombers".

Speaking about the Lubyanka attack, Irina Andrianova, a spokeswoman for Russia's emergencies ministry, told the Itar-Tass news agency: "The blast hit the second carriage of a metro train that stopped at Lubyanka, at 0756 (0356 GMT)."



The headquarters of Russia's Federal Security Service (FSB), successor to the Soviet-era KGB, is located just above Lubyanka station.



At least 12 people were reported to have been killed and 23 wounded in the later blast at Park Kultury.



"Both attacks took place on what is known as the Red Line, or line number one," Al Jazeera's Neave Barker, reporting from Moscow, said.



"This has to be seen as a politically motivated attack targeting what is perhaps one of the most symbolic signs of Russian authority in the capital when thousands of people are using one of the most heavily used metros in the world."



The Moscow metro system is one of the world's busiest, carrying around seven million passengers on an average workday.



Witnesses spoke of panic at the stations, with people falling over each other in dense smoke and dust as they tried to escape.



"I was moving up on the escalator when I heard a loud bang, a blast. A door near the passage way arched, was ripped out and a cloud of dust came down on the escalator," a witness called Alexei told the state-run Rossiya 24 news television channel.

"People started running, panicking, falling on each other."



Another witness at the Park Kultury station told RIA news agency: "People were yelling like hell.

"There was a lot of smoke and in about two minutes everything was covered in smoke," he said.



Russian civil aviation authorities ordered increased security at airports after the explosions.


Source: Agencies

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