Russia announces all four suspects arrested after shootings at Crocus City Hall in latest Moscow attack

Russia announces all four suspects arrested after shootings at Crocus City Hall in latest Moscow attack

Authorities in Russia have announced that all four suspects involved in the recent shootings at Crocus City Hall in Moscow have been arrested. The attack resulted in the deaths of at least 133 people and left over 140 individuals injured. Gunmen opened fire at a crowded concert venue on the outskirts of Moscow, causing chaos and panic among attendees. The complex was also engulfed in a large fire during the attack, adding to the chaos and confusion.

Russian President Vladimir Putin confirmed that all four gunmen had been apprehended and stated that they were attempting to flee to Ukraine. However, Ukrainian officials dismissed any allegations of involvement, calling them “absurd.” Putin condemned the attack as a “barbaric terrorist act” and declared a day of national mourning on 24th March to honor the victims.

In response to the tragedy, residents of Moscow have been lining up to donate blood for the injured, while flower tributes have been placed at the scene of the attack. The United States has suggested that the Islamic State group may be responsible for the attack, following a claim made by the group. However, Russia has not officially commented on this possibility.

The attack at Crocus City Hall has shocked the nation and raised concerns about security and terrorism. Investigations into the motives and planning behind the attack are ongoing, as the country comes to terms with the tragic events that unfolded.

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