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Topic - Vladimir Vasiliev
Russia's top security officials on Tuesday briefed parliament about an investigation of last month's suicide bombing at a Moscow airport, one day after Chechen warlord Doku Umarov took responsibility for the blast and threatened more attacks.
"All residents of our country need to realize that we will have to live under the threat of terror for a long time to come," Mr. Vasilyev said.
Meanwhile, Vladimir Vasilyev, the head of parliament's security committee, told reporters after the closed-door briefing that at least two people have been arrested on suspicion of involvement in the bombing.