The death toll from the two terrorist attacks in Volgograd has reached 32 people, Russian Deputy Emergency Situations Minister Vladimir Stepanov told reporters.

"We currently have information that the two explosions have hurt 104 people, of which 32 were killed," he said.

Stepanov said the process of the victims' identification has not been completed yet.

"Unfortunately, this process may take more than one day. Some victims are expected to be identified with relatives' help. There are plans to use genetic tests, too," he said.

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