english.aljazeera.net -- The 17-year-old widow of a North Caucasus fighter has been confirmed by Russian security officials as one of the suicide bombers who attacked the Moscow metro system on Monday. The blasts at quick succession at two stations during morning rush hour killed 39 people and injured more than 70. "One of the female suicide bombers, who blew herself up at the Park Kultury metro station, was Dzhanet Abdullayeva," said a statement from the National anti-terror committee, carried by Russian news agencies. The committe comprises chiefs of top ministries and state bodies. "She was born in 1992 and lived in the Khasavyurtsky region of Dagestan," the official said. "The material has been sent to the investigative committee of Russian prosecutors."
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