DUSHANBE, March 30, 2010, Asia-Plus  -- A 24-year-old Tajik national Umed Abdurahmonov was killed by one of deadly explosions that rocked Moscow yesterday morning.

The list of the blasts victims is posted on the website of Russia’s Ministry for Emergency Situations.

At least 38 people were killed and some 64 others were injured by two explosions, which hit Moscow subway system on March 29 at the peak of the morning rush hour.  22 of them have already been identified.

The first blast took place at the central Lubyanka station at about 07:56 am and the second explosion occurred about 30 minutes later at the Park Kultury station.

Moscow authorities have declared it a "terrorist" incident.  Prosecutors in Moscow told Interfax that initial reports indicated both of the explosions were suicide bombings.  Two female suicide bombers blew themselves up on trains.

Aleksandr Bortnikov, head of the Federal Security Service (FSB), says insurgents linked to the North Caucasus region are suspected of carrying out those bombings on Moscow''s subway system.  He said during a televised meeting with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev that the assessment of a North Caucasus connection was based on fragments of the suicide bombers'' bodies.

Russian forces have scored a series of successes against militants in recent weeks.  In February, at least 20 insurgents were reportedly killed in an operation by Russian security forces in Ingushetia.

There was a major attack on the Moscow Metro in February 2004, when at least 39 people were killed by a bomb on a packed train as it approached the Paveletskaya Metro station.  Six months later, a suicide bomber blew herself up outside a station, killing 10 people. Both attacks were blamed on Chechen rebels, who had targeted the capital in the past, BBC News reported.