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Nevsky Express crash. Rescue workers removing casualties from the wreckage of the Nevsky Express following a crash. The Nevsky Express is a train service that runs between Moscow and St. Petersburg, Russia. On 27th November 2009 a bomb was detonated under the track near the town of Bologoye, about 320km from Moscow. This caused the train to derail. The resulting crash claimed 27 deaths. Responsibility for the attack was claimed by an Islamist group based in the Caucasus and 10 Ingushetians have been charged.
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