Bomb Threats in Moscow Prompt Evacuation of Multiple Railway Stations

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MOSCOW  —  Nearly 3,000 people were evacuated from three rail terminals in Moscow on Monday following bomb threats.

According to Russia’s state-run news agency Sputnik, many people reported receiving phone calls warning of bombs at multiple rail stations.

Witnesses reported police bringing explosive-sniffing dogs to the scene, but there is no word yet on whether any explosive devices have been found.


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