A photo of Domodedovo International Airport, taken on June 9, 2012. Wikimedia/jimmyweee
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Russia Friday was set to order the formal arrest of the owner of one its largest international airports on charges of safety violations over a 2011 suicide bombing, a day after he was taken into custody.Dmitry Kamenshchik, the owner of Moscow's Domodedovo airport, faces charges over the lack of scanning equipment on entry to the airport which allowed the bomber to bring explosives into arrivals hidden under his clothes for the attack that killed 37 people.The airport owner was detained overnight after arriving voluntarily for questioning as a witness at the powerful Investigative Committee.Russia earlier this month arrested three former and acting airport officials in the same probe.
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