Russia turns to Israel for help in investigation into train bombing

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December 3, 2009 22:20

 
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Russia asked Israel on Thursday for assistance in securing its public transportation system in the wake of last week's terrorist attack on a train near Moscow, Army Radio reported. Russian Deputy Prime Minister Victor Zubkov, requested that Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman allow the committee investigating the attack to visit Israel. It is suspected that last week's attack, in which 26 people were killed, was perpetrated by a Chechen-Muslim terrorist organization.

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