MOSCOW — The shops, streets and cafes of the Russian capital bustled with energy on Tuesday, a day after two suicide bombers killed at least 38 people during morning rush hour attacks on the Moscow subway.
Some shoppers and retail analysts said they expected the terrorist attacks — the first to strike Moscow in six years — would have little or no effect on customer habits.
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