A terrorist attack at a Moscow concert hall on Friday was the deadliest in Russia since 2004, when Chechen terrorists seized a school in Beslan. The attack was carried out by Isis-K, a jihadist organization, and resulted in more than 130 deaths. The concert hall, which was sold out for a Russian rock group Piknik show, was the target of the attack.

The gunmen opened fire on the crowd near the entrance and then entered the building. Panic and fear spread as they continued to shoot inside and set seats and parts of the building on fire, causing part of the roof to collapse. Some victims suffered from smoke inhalation as emergency services were dispatched shortly after the attack. Russian security services later arrested eleven suspects, including four believed to be involved in the attack.

The attackers were not Russian citizens, according to the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs. The investigation into the attack is ongoing, and details about the attackers’ motives and background are still being revealed. The movements of the attackers after the attack have not been fully disclosed, but it is believed that they managed to escape from around the vicinity of the concert hall.

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