Officials Identify St. Petersburg Bomber As Kyrgyz-Born Russian Citizen

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BISHKEK (Reuters) – The likely suspect in a deadly blast in the Russian city of St. Petersburg is a Kyrgyz-born Russian citizen, Kyrgyzstan’s security service said on Tuesday.
A spokesman for the GKNB security service identified the suspect as Akbarzhon Jalilov, born in the city of Osh in 1995. He provided no other details.
Kyrgyzstan, a predominantly Muslim Central Asian nation of six million, is Russia’s close political ally and hosts a Russian military airbase.
Monday’s blast on board a metro train in St Petersburg killed 11 people and wounded 45.

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