• "Russia today" someone "mined"

  • In Moscow, the operational service check the message about explosive device allegedly laid at the address Zubovsky Boulevard, 4, In this building, in particular, is the Central office of the MIA "Russia today". The incident was reported source RIA Novosti.

    "On the phone "02" received an anonymous call with a bomb threat (...) According to preliminary data, a woman called, her identity is established," — said the Agency interlocutor.

    According to the staff, the building came several fire trucks and police cars at the main entrance on duty operational service.

    The TV channel "360", which is also located in this building, emergency service refused to officially confirm the information about the incident. The evacuation was not carried out, however some workers refuse to let inside.

    In the building on Zubovsky Boulevard are also the Union of journalists of Russia and a restaurant.


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