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Fake bomb calls come from Ukraine, - Russian security agencies
14:53, 6 April 2017
Fake bomb calls come from Ukraine, - Russian security agencies

RIA Novosti state that a number of false bomb reports from Ukraine has increased since the terror attack in St. Petersburg

14:53, 6 April 2017

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Russian security agencies say that a big number of false reports about minelaying of the city objects in St. Petersburg come from the territory of Ukraine, RIA Novosti reports.

"A big number of false telephone messages about alleged mine laying of the transport objects in Petersburg come from the territory of Ukraine,” the source in the security agencies reports.

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As it was reported earlier, metro stations are periodically suspending their operation for security checks after the last week terror attack. Thus the Sennaya metro station was closed again due to technical reasons yesterday. The metro service reported that the call in a fake bomb threat was the reason for that.

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As it was reported earlier, explosion occurred at Sennaya Square station in Saint Petersburg at 3:30 p.m. Death toll reached 14 people, about 51 got injured.

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