you are right again-now the smellys are in Russia. I think they are relatives of the Boston Marathon bombers who got caught.
Moscow (CNN) -- A massive explosion at a train station in the Russian city of Volgograd killed at least 16 people, including one police officer, the Investigative Committee of Russia said on its website Sunday.
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The head of the committee, Vladimir Markin, said 16 people had been killed and 34 people were injured, including a 9-year-old girl.
The suspected female suicide bomber set off the device before she could pass through a metal detector, Markin said, citing available information at the time.
Later, Markin told Russian news agency Ria Novosti the remains of the bomber will undergo DNA testing.
He said the bomber used the equivalent of 10 kilograms of TNT and included shrapnel.
Investigators also found an unexploded grenade.
A bomb blast tore through a trolleybus in Volgograd, Russia, on Monday, December 30, a day after a suicide bombing at the city's main railway station.
An ambulance leaves the site of a trolleybus explosion.
Experts, firefighters and police officers examine the scene of the blast.
Police officers examine the area around the site of the explosion.
A demolition expert walks among the wreckage.
Russian security forces stand guard outside a train station in Volgograd, following a suicide bomb attack on Sunday, December 29.
A police officer guards the main entrance to the station.
Bodies lie covered on the ground as police continue to investigate the scene.
Police investigators inspect debris at the scene of the explosion.
An officer stands guard outside the station.
Deadly blasts in Russian city Deadly blasts in Russian city
shorti you are right again. Smellys hitting Christians. I think US will send some drones there also so the smellys in the land of the low hanging stinkys will know not to mess with Christians.
Jakarta (AFP) - Hundreds of Indonesian Christians held a Christmas service Wednesday in front of the presidential palace in Jakarta to protest at the closure of their churches due to pressure by Muslim hardliners.
Some 200 people from two churches near the capital sang hymns, recited prayers and lit candles by a busy road alongside three "Christmas trees" constructed out of plywood and bamboo.
The service, involving people of all ages from toddlers to the elderly, began under the scorching sun and continued for hours even after the weather changed abruptly and heavy rain fell.
Christians are coming under increasing pressure from extremists in Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim-majority country, and President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has been criticised for failing to tackle the growing intolerance.
"We want to remind our president once again that he has not yet resolved the issue of religious intolerance in this country," Bona Sigalingging, a spokesman for one of the churches, told AFP.
The churches, in the cities of Bekasi and Bogor, were closed in 2010 by local authorities who had come under pressure from Muslim hardliners.
Authorities said it was because the buildings lacked proper building permits, although rights groups say local governments are simply bowing to extremist pressure and using the permit issue as an excuse.
As well as Christians, hardliners in Sunni-majority Indonesia have targeted Muslim minorities. Ahmadis have seen their places of worship closed and Shiites have been subjected to violent attacks.
Ninety percent of Indonesia's 250 million people identify themselves as Muslim although the constitution guarantees freedom of religion.
Rockets land in US embassy compound in Kabul, no injuries
Taliban make exaggerated claim that the rockets caused heavy casualties
You are right those smellys should be droned into the land of the low stink hard so they stink like dead. You know dead smelly taliban is better than live taliban.
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Kabul: Two Taliban rockets landed inside the US embassy compound in Kabul early on Wednesday, causing no casualties but underlining Afghanistan’s continuing security problems.
Taliban militants, who have been fighting the US-backed government since being ousted from power in 2001, claimed responsibility for the attack, which included at least one other strike in the city.
Rocket attacks in Kabul have been rare in recent years, but the insurgents have vowed to step up pressure on the US and Afghan authorities before next year’s presidential election in April and the withdrawal of US-led Nato combat forces.
“At approximately 6.40 local time in Kabul, approximately two rounds of indirect fire impacted the US Embassy compound,” a statement from the embassy said. “All Americans are accounted for and no injuries were sustained.
area of Pakistan. That smelly is not in India. That is reason why American drones not hitting in Indian land but only in NWFP area of Pakistan which is full of smelly terrorists.