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"Black Widow" Suicide Bomber Prompts Urgent Search In Sochi!

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We want nothing more than the upcoming Sochi Winter Olympic Games to be safe and amazing, which is in jeopardy because of evil people in the world.

One of those people — known as the 'Black Widow' suicide bomber — might already be in Sochi, and authorities are urgently trying to find her!

According to ABC News, hotel employees have been given posters with pictures and descriptions of the Black Widow, who is a 22 year old woman from Dagestan. Her real name is Ruzanna Ibragimova, and she uses the nickname Salima. She's the widow of a militant reportedly killed in a shoot-out with police last year.

The games have already been threatened by the terror group headed up by Doku Umarov, and the Black Widow is apparently affiliated with them. They call themselves the Caucasus Emirate.

Here's how she is described by the source:

"[She has] a 10 centimeter scar across the left cheek, a pronounced limp, and a stiff left arm that doesn't bend at the elbow."

They think she arrived in Sochi about ten days ago!

Obviously people are freaking out because she was able to get past all of the security in place, which has been called a 'ring of steel.' We think they have every right to freak out, as these games — more so than others in recent years — have the least confidence from the world that they protect the massive event.

We really hope we get some news about her being caught, or a confirmation that she's not even in that area, sometime before the opening ceremony!

[Image via AP Images.]

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