Source Pravda.Ru

338 rescued hostages discharged from Moscow hospitals

In all 338 former hostages, who were kept by terrorists in the Theatre Centre in Dubrovka, have been discharged from Moscow hospitals since October 26th, reported the press service of Moscow's healthcare department.

As of Tuesday morning, 317 rescued hostages were staying in Moscow hospitals, with 27 of them being in a grave condition.

The department also said that 108 out of the 117 victims of the terrorist act had already been identified.

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