93 people have died so far in the terrorist attack in Moscow
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93 people have died so far in the terrorist attack in Moscow

Moscow Concert Hall Attack: 93 people have died so far in the terrorist attack in Moscow, 11 accused in custody

Eleven people have been detained, including four directly involved, after the attack on the Crocus City Hall concert in Moscow. Legislator Alexander Khinshtein reported this on Telegram on Saturday. The death toll in the attack by Islamic State Khorasan terrorists has increased to 93. And 145 people have been injured.

Eleven people have been detained, including four directly involved, after the attack on the Crocus City Hall concert in Moscow. Legislator Alexander Khinshtein reported this on Telegram on Saturday. The death toll in the attack by Islamic State Khorasan terrorists has increased to 93. And 145 people have been injured.

Eleven people have been detained, including four directly involved, following the attack at Moscow’s Crocus City Hall concert. Legislator Alexander Khinshtein reported this on Telegram on Saturday.

Khinshtein said the two accused were arrested after a car chase in the Bryansk region of Russia. The other suspects fled on foot into the nearby forest. The death toll in the attack by Islamic State Khorasan militants has risen to 93. At the same time, 145 people have been injured.

Scary attack video

Video footage from the site of the attack showed the Crocus City Hall concert venue on fire, filling the air with thick, black smoke. It also shows frightened locals screaming and cowering amid the sound of gunfire in the huge hall. State-run RIA Novosti reported that armed men opened fire and threw a grenade or incendiary bomb, causing a fire.

Who is ISIS-K terrorist group?

The ISIS-K terrorist group was founded in 2015 by disgruntled members of the Pakistani Taliban. This group includes 2 thousand soldiers. Colin P. Clark, a counterterrorism analyst at New York-based security consulting firm Soufan Group, said ISIS-K had been planning to target Russia for the past two years. The group often criticizes Russian President Vladimir V. Putin in its propaganda.

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