Russian investigators have confirmed a Dagestan schoolteacher as the second suicide bomber involed in the fatal subway attacks in Moscow last month, CNN said.
Maryam Sharipova, a 28-year-old, was one of two female bombers who led the frst suicide attacks on the capital in years, Associated Press said.
The first woman was identified as Dzhanet Abdurakhmanova, the widow of an Islamic militant slain by the governement. Both women were from Dagestan, a mostly Muslim province in the North Caucus that has been in recent disputes with the government, the Associated Press said.
The women ignited thier bombs about 40 minutes apart on March 29, killling 40 people and wounding more than 80 in the first suicide attack on the capital in six years, CNN said.