Russian President Dmitry Medvedev told reporters Tuesday that Monday's "well-planned terrorist attack" at Moscow Domodedovo that killed 35 exposed "breaches" in security at the country's busiest airport, and suggested passengers will have to get used to tighter, more time-consuming security "at virtually all transport hubs" in Russia. The suspected suicide bombing (ATW Daily News, Jan. 25) took place in the section of DME's international arrivals ...

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