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A secret covered in ashes
Written by Московский комсомолец   
‘MK’ investigation: Unidentified remains from the Guryanov Street apartment building blast are still at the morgue 11 years later

September 9th, 1999: the bombing of the apartment building on Guryanov Street.

We have gotten used to thinking about high-profile terrorist attacks only on even dates.

Today is not even date. It is not even the same month, and there is no new information.

So why have we decided to resurrect this forgotten topic? It is simple — a little while ago we got a phone call here at the ‘MK’ editorial offices:
“People still remember ‘Nord-Ost’ and Beslan, but they forgot about the very first terrorist attack, the one on Guryanov Street. It’s as if it never happened at all. But there are people who still can’t bury their loved ones who died in the tragedy. Even though it’s been 11 years! There are 90-plus remains still in a special freezer while the state has no money to do DNA testing…”

The woman on the line never introduced herself. She simply hung up.
She was used to no one playing attention to her words.

It was her cry of despair. A cry, it seemed to her, in the wilderness.

We tracked down the very same people who, after the blast on Guryanov, were unable to bury their loved ones. After 11 years of waiting, they finally agreed to tell us what they had kept silent about for so many years.

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