Ten people have been killed and 20 more injured after shocking explosions erupted in the St. Petersburg subway, RadarOnline.com has learned.
According to St. Petersburg emergency services, the blasts occurred in two train cars at two separate stations, indicating a coordinated attack.
At least one device was said to have been filled with shrapnel, The Independent reports.
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Putin later expressed his condolences to the victims, he had been visiting the city for a scheduled meeting with the Belarusian president.
So far, three subway stations have been closed, local outlet Fontanka reports.
This comes just one week after the deadly terror attack in London, though the incidents are unrelated.
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