Russia ready to help in investigation of Boston terror act - Kremlin

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Russia ready to help in investigation of Boston terror act - Kremlin
Published 17-04-2013, 06:55
Russia’s Vladimir Putin has condemned the Boston bombing and sent his condolences to US President Barack Obama, offering Washington a helping hand in the terror attack probe.

The Russian President has stressed that Russia is ready to help out the US in its investigation of the deadly twin blast that hit the Boston Marathon on Monday, the Kremlin said.

A powerful explosion erupted near the finish line while the race was still in progress, killing three and wounding 144, at least 17 of them critically.

"Mr. Putin has strongly condemned this barbaric act of violence and called for a coordinated effort of the international community in its struggle against terrorism,” the Kremlin press office reported.

 

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