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DNA expertise confirms identity of St. Petersburg subway suicide bomber
17:34, 6 April 2017
DNA expertise confirms identity of St. Petersburg subway suicide bomber

Forensics found out it was Akbarjon Dzhalilov who set off the explosive

17:34, 6 April 2017

Akbarzhon Dzhalilov, St Petersburg Subway Bomber
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Akbarjon Dzhalilov is the one responsible for the terrorist attack at Saint Petersburg’s subway; forensics confirmed that, having analyzed the DNA sample that belonged to Dzhalilov, whom the Russian Investigation Committee charged to be the one who set the bomb in the subway.

Previously, the suicide bomber’s body was identified by his parents.

Akbarjon Dzhalilov, Kyrgyz by origin, received Russian citizenship six years ago and lived in Russia ever since.

The terrorist attack at the subway occurred on April 3; the explosion thundered in the train as it was moving between Sennaya Square and Technologic Institute stations. 14 people deceased, another 51 were injured.

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