: Suicide bombing at police station in Russia

12:54 Apr. 11, 2016

Suicide bombing at police station in Russia

Grenades (UNIAN Photo)

Three terrorists blew themselves up, one was killed in Stavropol Region 

On April 11, several suspected suicide bombers attacked a police station in south-eastern Russia, the Stavropol region.

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Three of them blew themselves up, and the fourth one was killed while trying to storm the police station, reports Russian news outlet RIA Novosti

"According to the preliminary information, three suicide bombers blew themselves up near the police department in the Novoselitsk District, the Stavropol region. The terrorists died following five explosions", a law enforcement source told RIA Novosti.

The Stavropol police have confirmed attacks on the police department, adding that neither civilians nor police officers were injured.

It is not the first time police officers in southern Russia get attacked. Stavropol is close to the volatile North Caucasus region. The investigation is under way.


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