Oksana Aslanova has been identified as a suspect in the suicide bombing at the Volgograd train station in Russia Sunday morning, according to reports from several media outlets, including Sky News and Voice of Russia.
The 26-year-old is a Tabasaran national from Turkmenistan, reports Voice of Russia. LifeNews states that she has been married twice, both husbands were militants who have died. She is referred to as a “black widow.” She is also reportedly connected to Naida Asiyalova, who was involved in an attack in Volgograd in October that killed six and injured dozens, reported RT.
Epoch Times has not independently verified these reports.
Sunday’s attack took place at a train station in Volgograd.