The man who detonated a bomb at Domodedovo Airport in Moscow, Russia, January 24, killing 35 people, was a 20-year-old from the North Caucasus, the Russian Investigative Committee said January 29. The agency also said it was clear the bomb targeted foreigners. Although there has been no claim of responsibility for the bombing, suspicion has centered on the North Caucasus, where a jihadist insurgency has been fighting to establish an Islamic emirate. The bombing came less than 1 year after suicide bombers attacked subway stations in central Moscow during rush hour, killing nearly 40 people.