The international arrivals hall of Moscow’s busiest airport came to a standstill on Wednesday as family, friends and passers-by gathered to remember those who died in a suspected terrorist attack at Domodedovo on Monday.
A suicide bomber is thought to have detonated an explosive device next to people waited for passengers to emerge at the arrivals gate. At least 35 were killed.
Flags have flown at half-mast over the Kremlin and other official buildings and an official day of mourning was declared throughout the Russian capital.
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