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Posted at 10:17 AM ET, 01/24/2011

Moscow airport explosion kills dozens (Live updates)

By Melissa Bell and Amanda Zamora
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TV grab taken from Russian TV channel NTV shows paramedics carrying a person injured by a blast toward an ambulance at Moscow's Domodedovo international airport. (AFP/NTV/Getty Images)

A possible suicide attack at a Moscow airport killed 29 people. Over 50 people are hospitalized and 35 people are in critical condition, health officials said. The explosion hit the Domodedovo airport Monday afternoon in a busy area near international departures. Officials have put the city on "high terror alert" and are seeking three men in connection with the crime. Domodedovo is the largest airport in Moscow.

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By Melissa Bell and Amanda Zamora  | January 24, 2011; 10:17 AM ET
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