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St. Petersburg Bombing Suspect Identified; Death Toll Is At 14

Russian investigators say a device was set off by a man "whose remains were found in the third car of the train." The 22-year-old from Kyrgyzstan is said to have planted a second device elsewhere.
People lay flowers at the Technology Institute subway station in St. Petersburg, Russia, on Tuesday. Federal investigators say they found remains of a man they believe carried out Monday's attack in a subway train. Source: Anadolu Agency

Updated at 9:15 a.m. ET

Russian investigators believe a man suspected of carrying out Monday's explosion on a St. Petersburg subway train died in the attack. The death toll has risen to 14 people, but officials say it could have been far worse, as a second, unexploded device was found at a different metro

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