NAZRAN, Russia, Oct 24 (Reuters) Russian forces today detained two men in the southern republic of Ingushetia in connection with the blowing up of a train between Moscow and St Petersburg in August, the Interfax news agency reported.
''While checking documents the two rebels were arrested,'' Interfax quoted a security source as saying. ''They are suspected of blowing up the Moscow-St Petersburg train.'' Russian prosecutors have previously said nationalists were the most likely culprits for the bombing that derailed the main passenger train between the Russia's two largest cities on Aug.
13. No one was was killed in the bombing.
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