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At least 31 people have died and around 130 people have been injured from the bomb, reports have suggested a suicide bomber was responsible. Local media reported smoke billowing out of the baggage claim area and people were seen running out of the emergency exits. Moscow's Airport security has confirmed that shrapnel, screws and metal balls were found at the site of the blast.
Two flights from the UK are believed to have landed at the airport at around the same time as the explosion.
The Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has promised to track down and punish those behind the bombing. This evidence was shown on 'Twitter' - "Security will be strengthened at large transport hubs, We mourn the victims of the terrorist attack at Domodedovo airport. The organisers will be tracked down and punished."
The Bafta awards took place last night on the 13th February, which proved to be a great night and many performers went home satisfied with their achievement. One of the main awards was for the best film, there were five nominees: The social network, the amazing Inception, True grit, the wonderful Black swan and the brilliant king's speech. The film which swept everyone away was the king's speech, winning a total of seven awards, that's impressive! I personally thought that Inception should have won but considering it won three other awards, that was good enough for me. The best actor and supporting actress awards went to two main characters in the king's speech Colin Firth and Helena Bonham Carter.