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Tuesday, March 30 will be a Day of Mourning in the Russian capital over the victims of the two blasts that ripped through Lubyanka and Park Kultury subway stations, a Moscow city spokesman said on Monday.
"The Moscow city government is rendering medical aid to all the people who have suffered from the terrorist attacks in Park Kultury and Lubyanka stations, making no difference to their place of residence," Sergei Tsoi said.
Several other relief measures are now being worked out by the government, he added.
MOSCOW, March 29 (RIA Novosti)
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