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Ingushetians On Trial For 'Nevsky Express' Bomb Attack

The attack injured scores of people

The attack injured scores of people

NOVGOROD, Russia -- The Novgorod Oblast Court in northwestern Russia has resumed hearings into a two-year-old terrorist attack, RFE/RL's Russian Service reports.

Defendants Maksharip Khidriev and Salambek Dzakhkiev, from the Russian Republic of Ingushetia in the North Caucasus, are charged with placing and detonating an explosive device aboard the Nevsky Express train going from Moscow to St. Petersburg on August 13, 2007.

The explosion derailed the train and scores of people were injured.

A third suspect, Pavel Kosolapov, is still being sought by the authorities.