Terrorist attack in Moscow, 143 dead so far

-More than 100 people injured in the attack on the concert hall
-Work to remove debris from Crocus City Hall continues
Moscow. The death toll in Friday's terrorist attack on a concert hall in the Russian capital Moscow has increased to 143, while more than 100 people are injured.
Russia's Investigative Committee gave this information on Saturday. The committee said emergency services were continuing to clear debris from the site of the terrorist attack - the Crocus City Hall in Moscow Oblast - as more bodies were found there.
After initial inspection the committee said that the terrorists used automatic weapons as well as live ammunition left in the concert hall.
The committee said that ballistic, genetic and fingerprint investigations are being done. The committee also said that it has been established that the terrorists had used flammable liquids to set the compound on fire.
Russian intelligence agencies have detained 11 people, four of whom are said to be terrorists, in connection with the investigation into the attack on Moscow's Crocus City Hall. It is believed that all of them were directly involved in the Crocus City Hall attack.
The committee said four suspects were detained in the Bryansk region near the border with Ukraine.
A massive fire broke out after the firing
A shooting broke out at the Crocus City Hall concert venue outside Moscow, followed by a massive fire. According to preliminary data, several armed men opened fire at the concert venue.
Russia's Investigative Committee has filed a criminal case into the terrorist attack. The committee said that important evidence, including arms and ammunition, was recovered from the scene of the incident at the Crocus City Hall, which is under investigation and the camera recordings are being studied.
Islamic State (IS) claimed responsibility
The terrorist organization Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the shooting and bombing at the Crocus Concert Hall in Moscow.
The terrorist organization claimed responsibility for the attack in a statement posted by its Amaq news agency, saying its fighters had attacked the outskirts of Moscow. Hundreds of people were killed and many were injured in this incident.
PM Modi condemned the attack
New Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday condemned the terrorist attack in the Russian capital Moscow, saying, India stands in solidarity with the government and people of the Russian Federation in this hour of grief.
Mr Modi wrote on Twitter, “We strongly condemn the heinous terrorist attack in Moscow. Our thoughts and prayers are with the families of the victims. India stands in solidarity with the Government and people of the Russian Federation in this hour of grief.