‘Telephone terrorists’ paralyze schools, stations and stores in more than 10 Russian cities

‘Telephone terrorists’ paralyze schools, stations and stores in more than 10 Russian cities

Persons as yet unknown Monday night telephoned the police in more than ten Russian cities (but not Moscow or St. Petersburg) saying that there were bombs planted in schools, railway and bus stations, and stores, calls that forced the authorities to evacuate many of these places and that have spread confusion and fear, Eurasia Review reports.

In Perm, nine schools, the railway station, two trade centers, and the city administration were shut down as a precaution; in Krasnoyarsk, seven stores and trade centers; in Vladivostok, five trade centers, several magazines and apartment blocks; in Chelyabinsk, ten trade and entertainment centers; in Magadan, two theaters, a market, four schools and two universities; in Yekaterinburg, a trade and business center; in Ufa, seven trade centers; in Omsk, the city administration, movie theaters, schools and a hotel; in Bryansk more than ten trade centers; in Novosibirsk, an automobile station, a hotel and clubs; in Ryazan, 11 trade centers; and in Vladivostok, several theaters.

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