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A second terrorist attack in 24 hours in the southern Russian city of Volgograd is triggering
some serious safety fears in the run-up to the Sochi winter Olympics.
At least 14 people were killed and 28 wounded Monday when a bomb struck a trolleybus.
The roof of the bus was blown off, scattering debris and bodies across the street.
This attack came one day after 17 people died in a suicide bomb attack at the main train
station in the city. Interfax News Agency reported Monday that
Russian authorities believe Pavel Pechenkin, a member of a Dagestan-based militant gang,
was the bomber in the train station attack. Responding to growing fears about safety,
the International Olympic Committee president says he's confident Russia will deliver a
"safe and secure" Games in Sochi.