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MOSCOW, November 26 (Itar-Tass) — State prosecution asks the court to sentence four persons, who are accused of an attempt to blow up the Sapsan high-speed train in the Moscow region, lawyers of one of the figurants Abusupyan Gaitayev told Itar-Tass on Monday.
Islam Khamzhyev, Fail Nevlyutov, Mansur Umayev and Mansur Edilbiyev are been accused of the attempt to commit the terrorist act, banditism and illegal arms contraband. In addition, Khamzhuyev, Umayev and Edilbiyev have been also accused of illicit manufacturing of explosives while Khamzhuyev is accused of providing finances to illegal armed units and involving it them.
Terrorists failed to commit the terrorist act because officers of the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) succeeded in finding the bomb and neutralised it.