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An explosion has reportedly taken place on the underground system in the Russian city of St Petersburg.
Horrific images from the scene show bloodied commuters lay on a platform.
Eyewitnesses say an explosion took place amid reports of bombings.
We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story.
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The metro management said they received reports of an explosion inside the car, possibly of an improvised explosive device.
According to TASS, ten people were killed, about fifty injured. "Interfax" reports that two explosive devices, stuffed with destructive elements, were triggered. Their power was about 200 and 300 grams in the TNT equivalent.
According to evidences from social networks, earlier on the same day at the metro station "Chernaya Rechka" they found a suspicious object and closed it for a while.
Russia's anti-terrorism committee has confirmed that 10 people have died in the explosion in the Russian city of St Petersburg.
originally posted by: Shamrock6
AP is quoting subway press office as "a device" (singular) was set off on a train.
CNN is running the two blast headline now.
originally posted by: Peeple
a reply to: gortex
In Russia? I don't think a terror suspect there could fart without at least two officials taking notes...