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Eleven Sentenced over St. Petersburg Metro Bombing

Expand Mourners place flowers at the Tekhnologichesky Institut subway station in St. Petersburg to commemorate victims of the April 3, 2017 suicide bombing on a subway train. The attack killed 16 people and injured 50 others.   © 2017 Alexander Petrosyan/Kommersant Getty Images. Yesterday, a court in St. Petersburg found 11 people responsible for a devastating suicide bombing on the city metro, handing down sentences ranging from 19 years to life imprisonment. The attack, in April 2017, took 16 lives including the bomber’s, and 100 were wounded. The long-awaited judgement, however, is clouded…

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