Two of the suspects in the attack on the popular Russian concert hall Crocus City Hall, which left at least 137 dead, were taken to Moscow’s Basmanni court, where they were charged with terrorism.

The first to appear before the judge were two men identified as Saidakrami Rachabalizoda y Dalerdzhon Mirzoev.

During the hearing, Mirzoev said that he is a citizen of Tajikistan and has three minor children.

The accused lived in the Moscow region with residence documents that expired three months ago, the TASS agency reports.

According to the latest data, andhe attack last Friday, claimed by the jihadist group Islamic State has left 137 dead.

Meanwhile, the number of injured rose from 154 to 180 people. According to Russian media, some survivors of the attack took more than a day to request medical help because they were in a state of ‘shock’.

In total, Russian security forces have detained eleven people linked to the attack, four of whom personally participated in the massacre, according to authorities.


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