Breaking News

Beatrice Chebet of Kenya breaks world record in 10,000 meters event Al Ahly clinch their 12th African Champions League victory Air Antilles cleared to resume flights in under a month Joe Biden stands firm on decision to withhold American troops from Ukraine conflict. Pro golfer Grayson Murray tragically dies at 30 on PGA Tour

The Russian city of Moscow is mourning the loss of 133 lives following a tragic massacre at a concert hall on Friday evening. The attack was carried out by a group of jihadists who claimed responsibility for the act, which has led to tensions between Russia and Ukraine.

In response to the attack, posters featuring a black candle with the inscription “We are in mourning 03/22/2024” were displayed on billboards and bus stops throughout Moscow. President Vladimir Putin condemned the act as “barbaric terrorism” and vowed to bring those responsible to justice. He also announced the arrest of four suspects who were caught trying to flee towards Ukraine.

According to investigators, the attackers burst into Crocus City Hall on Friday evening and opened fire with automatic weapons on the crowd. They also started a fire using a flammable liquid, causing significant damage to the building. Search and rescue efforts are still underway as authorities use heavy equipment to dismantle damaged structures and remove debris from the scene.

A video allegedly filmed by the attackers was shared on social media accounts linked to ISIS, showing armed individuals firing weapons and starting a fire in the lobby of Crocus City Hall. The suspects were said to have planned to flee towards Ukraine, which has led to increased tension between Russia and its neighboring country.

The international community has expressed concern over a potential escalation of violence in the region following this tragic event. Efforts are being made to investigate the motives and connections of those responsible for the attack, but it remains unclear what their ultimate goal was or whether they had any ties to terrorist organizations like ISIS or other extremist groups operating in the area.

Leave a Reply