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Moscow’s Kievsky Station Evacuated Over Bomb Threat

More than 200 people were evacuated from the Kievsky train station in central Moscow over a bomb threat, but no explosives were found, the state-run TASS news agency reported Friday.

Police with bomb-sniffing dogs inspected the terminal's building, finding no explosives, an unidentified law enforcement official was quoted as saying.

Evacuation at Kievsky Station began in the small hours Friday, the city's Moskva news portal reported.

The bomb threat at Kievsky Station followed similar threats at Moscow's Kursky and Kazansky station a day earlier, TASS reported.

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