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Russian authorities have detained a ninth suspect connected to the suicide bombing of a St. Petersburg subway train two weeks ago.>> This video obtained from Russian media shows agents of the country's Federal Security Service tackling the suspect in a Moscow suburb. On him, a loaded gun and two mobile phones.
Investigators say the suspect's name is Abhur Asimov.>>
> About 27 years old, and described him as an organizer of the attack that killed 14 people. Further statements cited in local media go further suggesting, Asimov trained the bomber Akmar Jean Jalilov. And like Jalilov, an immigrant from Kurzikstan, Asimov is also said to hail from a former Soviet country in Central Asia, although his specific nationality wasn't disclosed.
Two other suspects were previously detained in the same suburb where Asimov was found. The bomber, Jalilov, reportedly made a phone call to someone in Moscow before carrying out his attack.