Police rule out suspect in Moscow airport bombing
By Shaun Walker in Moscow
Saturday, 29 January 2011
The ethnic Russian man police believed could have been the suicide bomber at Moscow's Domodedovo Airport has been cleared by DNA analysis, according to sources close to the investigation.
On Thursday, the Kommersant newspaper named 32-year-old Vitaly Razdobudko as the prime suspect in Monday's bombing, which killed 35 people. Mr Razdobudko, a Muslim convert, went missing from his home in the Stavropol region in southern Russia in October; police believe he may be linked to the Nogai Brigade, one of many interlinked terrorist cells operating in Russia's troubled North Caucasus region. (...)