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A video, filmed minutes after a blast at St Petersburg metro station in Russia, shows people escaping the train carriage, with some lying injured on the platform. At least 11 people were killed and 45 others injured after an explosion rocked the subway on 3 April. An anti-terror investigation has been launched but other possible causes are also being investigated. Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has described the explosion as a terrorist attack.
Apr 4, 2017
At least ten people have been confirmed dead and 50 have been injured after an explosion rocked the Metro system in St Petersburg on 3 April. The Metro press office said a shrapnel-filled device was detonated on a train. Russian President Vladimir Putin said investigators were exploring a terror motive for the attack.
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