Search operation at Moscow region terrorist attack site extended until March 26

The search operation at the site of the terrorist attack at Crocus City Hall in Moscow has been extended until 17:00 on Tuesday, March 26. The death toll remains unchanged at 137, with no updates since Sunday. On Friday, March 22, four armed men entered Crocus City Hall and opened fire before starting fires before escaping in a vehicle. The FSB of the Russian Federation later announced the capture of all four suspects in the Bryansk region and identified a total of 11 suspects. Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack.

Debris clearance at Crocus City Hall is ongoing, with rescuers, dog handlers, and builders working at the site. The completion of the rescue operation was announced on Saturday evening, with 137 confirmed fatalities, including three children. Not all victims have been identified, and around 100 individuals remain hospitalized. The Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations published a preliminary list of victims on March 24, which included names of those affected by the attack.

Among the identified victims are Abdulova Tatyana Anatolyevna, Almukhametov Ilya Igorevich, Baklemyshev Alexander Borisovich, Bernevik Zhanna Alexandrovna, Bespalaya Anna Alexandrovna, Boyko Tatyana Sergeevna, Bondar Natalya Vladimirovna, Bondar Svetlana Vladimirovna

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