Russia: Petersburg Metro Blast Sets Off Hunt for Central Asian Terrorists

A screenshot from a video of Abror Azimov’s arrest released by Russia’s Federal Security Service. Little concrete information is being provided by Russian authorities about the arrests of more than a dozen people in connection with the blast in St. Petersburg, although the few scraps emerging from court hearings reveal largely circumstantial evidence.

There is work under way to lay down new water pipes near the family home of Abror and Akram Azimov in Jalal-Abad, in southern Kyrgyzstan. A deep trench dug along the length of the street has turned the web of lanes in this largely ethnic Uzbek neighborhood into an obstacle course.
 

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Peter Leonard is EurasiaNet's Central Asia editor.

Russia: Petersburg Metro Blast Sets Off Hunt for Central Asian Terrorists

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