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Russia Says Moscow Concert Hall Shooters Were Headed To Ukraine Before Capture

A mass shooting has taken place in Moscow, Russia, at a concert hall. As of the writing of this article, 133 lives were claimed during the incident. A total of eleven people were arrested, including four shooters. Russian President Vladimir Putin says all of the alleged assailants were headed to Ukraine to meet with contacts there. Ukrainian President Zelenskyy rebuffs claims that this shooting involved Ukraine.

The official position from Ukraine and the United States is that ISIS-K is responsible for the attack. White House National Security Communications Advisor John Kirby says the US warned Russia and Americans residing in Russia of a pending attack in Moscow. The advice was to avoid concert halls and shopping malls.

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Death Toll Rises to 133 in Moscow Concert Hall Attack – The New York Times

Zelensky hits back after Russia links Ukraine to Moscow attack

Eleven people arrested after deadly attack at concert hall in Russia – YouTube

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Moscow concert hall attack: Some families still wonder if their loved ones are alive | AP News

Moscow Concert Attack Live Updates: Russia Observes Day of Mourning for Victims – The New York Times

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Russians lower flags, lay flowers to honour concert hall attack victims | Reuters

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