Global Week in Review: Russia Suicide Bombings Raises Terrorism Fears

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  • Russia Bombings Kill at Least 34
  • Rebels and Army Forces Clash in South Sudan
  • Egypt Arrests Al-Jazeera Journalists
  • Students Killed During on Cairo Campus
  • U.S. Denies Involvement in Arrest of Tunisia Militant
  • Nigerian Forces Kill Islamists in Ground and Air Assault
  • Congo's Army Kills Dozens in Capital
  • Violence Erupts in Central African Republic's Capital

Russia Bombings Kill at Least 34

Violence between government troops and rebels continued in South Sudan, the Egyptian government arrested four Al-Jazeera journalists, plus more global news. — Natelege Whaley (@nateIege)

More than 5,200 security forces have been deployed to Volgograd, Russia, following two suicide bombings on Sunday and Monday that killed 34 people. The string of attacks has raised fears in the city as the start of the Winter Olympics that is to be held in Sochi, draws closer.  (Photo: Denis Tyrin/AP Photo)

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