Putin Ain’t Playin’: Offers $50 Million Reward for Terrorists Who Bombed Plane
The Kremlin has announced that traces of explosives were found in the debris of the Russian passenger jet that crashed in Egypt last month.
According to the Russian Federal Security Service, Metrojet Flight 9268 was brought down by a bomb estimated to contain 2.2 pounds of explosives.
Russia initially played down assertions from Western countries that the October 31 crash, which killed all 224 people on board, was the work of terrorists, saying it was important to wait for the outcome of the official investigation.
But today, Alexander Bortnikov, the FSB chief, said “You can definitely say that this is a terrorist act.”
According to a statement from the Kremlin, Putin said,
Our air operation in Syria will not just continue — it must be strengthened so the criminals understand retribution is imminent.
Russia didn’t waste any time acting on Putin’s payback vow: the Kremlin launched a massive
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