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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Memories of a long brotherhood tempered in common struggle
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Topic - Oktyabrskaya Station
The toll in the Belarus subway bombing rose to 12 dead and more than 200 wounded Tuesday and authorities said several people have been detained in what they are calling a terrorist attack.
The toll in the Belarus subway bombing rose to 12 dead and more than 200 wounded Tuesday, and authorities said several people have been detained in what they are calling a terrorist attack.
An explosion tore through a key subway station in the Belarus capital of Minsk during evening rush hour Monday, and the official state news agency said at least seven people were killed and 35 wounded.