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Terrorist attacks on Russia’s ground mass transit

October 21, 20:07 UTC+4
Chronicles, 1994-2013
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Terrorist attacks on Russia’s ground mass transit in 1994-2013:

December 27, 1994. A city bus exploded near the southern entrance to the All-Russia Exhibition Centre exhibition center in Moscow. Nobody was hurt.
  
July 11, 1996. A bomb went off on trolleybus N. 12 in Pushkin Square, downtown Moscow. Six people suffered burns and injuries.
   
July 12, 1996. A terrorist bomb blast on trolleybus N. 48 in Prospekt Mira avenue injured 28.
   
October 29, 2000. A shuttle minibus exploded at the terminal stop in Budyonnovsk, the Stavropol Territory. Only the driver was injured.
   
April 3, 2003. A remote-controlled bomb exploded near passenger bus carrying local construction workers in Grozny, Chechnya. Eight died and seven others were injured.
   
June 5, 2003. A female suicide bomber triggered an explosion on a bus with helicopter pilots and airfield personnel of the Russian airbase in Mozdok, North Ossetia. The bus was carrying around 40 people. 16 died and 15 others were injured.
   
October 23, 2007. A bomb exploded on a shuttle minibus hundreds of meters away from a traffic police post in Dagestan, on the border between the Kazbekovsky and Khasavyurt districts. Eight were injured. The woman who had carried explosives in her luggage died on site. The TNT equivalent was 100 grams.
   
October 31, 2007. A bomb exploded on a MAZ bus in the city of Togliatti, Samara Region. The blast killed eight and injured 60 others. The bomb’s TNT equivalent was estimated at two kilograms.
   
November 22, 2007. An explosion on an Icarus intercity bus on the border between North Ossetia and Kabardino-Balkaria, en route from Pyatigorsk to Vladikavkaz, killed five passengers and injured thirteen. The bomb’s TNT equivalent was 350 grams.

December 9, 2007. A passenger bus explosion killed two and injured nine others in Nevinnomyssk, Stavropol Territory. TNT equivalent of the explosive device was estimated between 200 an 400 grams.
   
November 6, 2008. A bomb blast in Vladikavkaz, North Ossetia killed twelve and injured 41 others. The bomb went off at a bus stop seconds after a shuttle minibus stopped nearby. The bomb’s TNT equivalent was estimated at 500 grams. The explosive device had been set off by a female suicide bomber.
   
October 21, 2013. A bomb explosion on a LIAZ city bus that was carrying about 40 passengers left six dead and twenty others injured.

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