The Moscow News
Bereaved families are still unable to bury their loved ones after a terror attack 11 years ago.
The apartment block bombing on Ul. Guryanova in Sep. 1999 sent shockwaves through Russian society, bringing the front line of the Chechen war into the Moscow suburbs.
But more than a decade on victims of those blasts are still in the city’s morgues – and the authorities will not pay up for DNA analysis to identify the remains.