MOSCOW (AP) -- Russian authorities are ordering an increase in security at train stations and other facilities around the country.
A possible suicide bombing at a train station, Sunday, killed at least 17 people and injured more than 30 others. Russian Federal Investigators believe that both of these are acts of terrorism.
The bombings come several months after the leader of a Chechen Separatist Group pledged violence to disrupt the Winter Olympics. The Opening Ceremony in Sochi is less than 6 weeks away.
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