Skip to comments.Russia bus bomb: Volgograd blast kills six
Posted on 10/21/2013 9:28:19 AM PDT by Vostok-1
A suspected female suicide bomber has set off explosives on a bus in the southern Russian city of Volgograd, killing at least six people.
Officials believe the woman was from Dagestan in the North Caucasus and was the partner of an Islamist militant.
The blast, which happened just after 14:00 (10:00 GMT), also injured more than 30 people, some of them seriously.
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That’s the former “Stalingrad” if I’m not mistaken.
You are correct, sir.
That’s going to really piss the Russians off. Say what you will, but that city is almost considered sacred ground in the Rodina.
If Putin chooses to reduce Mecca to glass, I’ll most definitely vote for him to replace our b*ll-less piece of excrement currently drawing flies to the White House.
"It's not nice to piss off Mother Russia!"
Ooooooooo! Those fun-loving moozlums are at it again. It is unfortunate that the moozlums aren’t a “suicide” cult, rather than a “homicide” cult. Is that a suicide vest or are you just happy to see me?
And before that it was aka Tsaritsyn.
I’m just wondering if this is in excuse of the round up of illegal aliens by Russia?
You poke the Bear with a stick, and it will bite.
Ivan doesn't f'k around with terrorists like we do.
That statue is nearly 300 feet high. The sword is 108 feet long, which is more than ten feet longer than the total height of the Atlas missiles that were used in the Mercury series of manned spaceflights.
It’s on my To Do List to go see that. As much as I despised Stalin and the Soviet Union, I have great admiration for those who fought for their homeland against a terrible enemy.
Attacking Russians in Stalingrad is never a good idea, even if it has been renamed.
video of explosion at link.
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