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Day of mourning follows Moscow subway attacks

In honor of the 39 victims of yesterday’s suicide bombings at two metro stations in Moscow, Russians observed a day of mourning today, Voice of America.  The attacks were carried out by two female suicide bombers who had lost family in Russia’s war in the troubled North Caucasus region, Reuters. Russia’s state television channels have been criticized for failing to report on yesterday’s bombings until hours after they had occurred, New York Times.

The parliament of Serbia narrowly passed a resolution apologizing for the massacre of 8,000 Bosnian Muslims in 1995 during the Bosnian War. The statement stopped short of calling the action genocide, BBC News.

In a major accomplishment for the CERN supercollider, scientists recreated events that occurred shorting after the big bang that created the universe, Financial Times.

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