St. Petersburg Explosion Has ‘Every Sign of a Terrorist Attack’

trainThe door of the metro car was blown off by the force of the explosion in St. Petersburg, April 3, 2017. (Screenshot) At least ten people were killed and fifty injured when two major explosions tore apart a metro car in St. Petersburg on Monday afternoon. Authorities believe the explosions were caused by bombs filled with shrapnel to inflict maximum damage. Following the incident, which a Russian official said shows “every sign of a terrorist attack”, the subway station, a central stop on the line, was quickly evacuated and the city’s transit system shut down…… Read More


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