The global airport community was shaken when a Jan. 24 terrorist bombing at Moscow Domodedovo killed 36 and wounded more than 100, particularly since the explosion occurred in a terminal area that generally is unsecured at airports worldwide. The blast detonated inside DME's international arrivals hall, just outside customs clearance, where crowds were gathered awaiting passengers who had claimed bags from flights arriving from around the world. Russian President Dmitry Medvedev told ...

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