Putin says last night's St Petersburg blast was terrorism

by Antonio Miles December 30, 2017, 0:57
Putin says last night's St Petersburg blast was terrorism

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday instructed security forces to kill all terrorists who threaten security officers' lives - in response to a bombing at a St. Petersburg market.

A police officer cordons off the site of a blast in a supermarket in Saint Petersburg on December 27, 2017. Sources told local media that the explosion was equivalent to 200g of TNT. Alexander Klaus, head of the Investigative Committee of Russian Federation in St. Petersburg, confirmed the individuals had sustained non-life-threatening injuries and were admitted to hospitals.

A total of 10 people were injured, the Russian state-run news agency Sputnik said.

The ministry expressed both the Egyptian people as well government's solidarity with the Russian people and their government in the fight against against terrorism.

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Footage showed multiple medical and police vehicles parked outside the Gigant Hall leisure centre, where the Perekrestok supermarket, in which the incident occurred, is located on the ground floor. "Emergency personnel are already on the scene".

The device, containing 200 grams of explosives went off at a storage area for customers' bags, Russia's Investigative Committee said.

The bomb was strong enough to blow the door off the supermarket and punch a hole in the wall.


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