10 Dead, Dozens Injured In Suspected Terror Attack At St. Petersburg Metro In RussiaChris Menahan
Apr. 03, 2017
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A suspected IED attack has killed ten people and injured dozens traveling on the St Petersburg Metro in Russia on Monday.
A report from Interfax news agency claimed the blast was the result of a shrapnel bomb.
UPDATE: A second IED was found and diffused. As RT reports: "A self-made explosive device has been defused at another St. Petersburg Metro station -- Ploshchad Vosstaniya, Russia's National Anti-Terrorism Committee said."
Here's live coverage from RT:
A suspected bomb blast inside a car of the St. Petersburg Metro system has resulted in casualties among passengers. The entire transit system is shut down as bomb squads and rescuers respond to the emergency.While we don't know what's happened yet, we can know for certain the judicial system in Russia is not going to throw roadblocks in Putin's way to prevent him from responding.
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