Russian cities mark day of mourning after Moscow live performance corridor assault | News | EUROtoday

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Russia noticed a nationwide day of mourning two days after an assault on a suburban Moscow live performance corridor that killed greater than 130 folks.

Events by cultural establishments have been cancelled on Sunday 24 March as flags have been lowered to half-staff, whereas tv leisure and promoting have been suspended.

A gentle stream of individuals added to a makeshift memorial close to the burnt-out live performance corridor, creating an enormous mound of flowers.

There have been comparable scenes at memorials in cities throughout Russia as residents spoke of the grief, shock, and disappointment being felt within the aftermath of the assault.