Moscow Railway Stations Evacuated After Bomb Threat – RIA

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Security services have completed checks at two Moscow railway stations and found no bombs after they were tipped off about explosives being planted there, RIA news agency of a cited an emergency services source as saying.

RIA had reported that around 500 people had been evacuated from Paveletsky station and the same number from Kursky station.

Moscow police declined immediate comment.

"At 16:36 the checks were complete. The anonymous information was not confirmed," the news agency cited a source as saying about checks at Paveletsky. It had earlier also said that no bomb was found at Kursky station. 

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