2017 Saunt Petersburg Metro bombin

2017 Saunt Petersburg Metro bombin
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Saunt Petersburg Metro station Tekhnologichesky Institut - the explosion occurred in the tunnel atween it an Sennaya Ploshchad station.
2017 Saunt Petersburg Metro bombin is located in Saunt Petersburg
Saunt Petersburg
Saunt Petersburg
2017 Saunt Petersburg Metro bombin (Saunt Petersburg)
Location On a Saunt Petersburg Metro train atween Sennaya Ploshchad an Tekhnologichesky Institut stations, Saunt Petersburg, Roushie
Coordinates 59°54′59″N 30°19′07″E / 59.91639°N 30.31861°E / 59.91639; 30.31861`
Date 3 Aprile 2017 (2017-04-03)
14:40[1][2] (EEST (UTC +3))
Target Civilians
Attack type Suicide bombin[3]
Deiths 14 (includin the perpetrator)[4]
Injured 64[5]

On 3 Aprile 2017, a terrorist attack uisin an explosive device teuk place on the Saunt Petersburg Metro atween Sennaya Ploshchad an Tekhnologichesky Institut stations. Seiven fowk war ineetially reportit tae hae dee'd, an seiven mair dee'd later frae thair injuries, bringin the tot tae 14.[6][7][8][9][4] At least 45 ithers war injured in the incident.[10][11][12] The explosive device wis conteened in a briefcase.[10] A seicont explosive device wis foond an defused at Ploshchad Vosstaniya metro station.[9] The suspectit perpetrator wis named as Akbarzhan Djalilov, a Roushie ceetizen born in Kyrgyzstan.[13]

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  1. "'Мы начали ехать, я увидел взорванный вагон': что писали очевидцы о взрыве в Петербурге" ['We started moving, I saw a blown up train car': what did eyewitnesses write about an explosion in Petersburg]]. TASS. ТАСС информационное агентство. 3 Aprile 2017. Retrieved 3 Aprile 2017. 
  2. "Взрыв в метро Петербурга официально признан терактом [Explosion in the Petersburg's metro officially recognised as a terrorist attack.]". Экономика сегодня. ФБА «Экономика сегодня». 3 Aprile 2017. Retrieved 3 Aprile 2017. 
  3. Denis Pinchuk. "Eleven killed in suspected suicide bombing on Russian metro train". Reuters. Retrieved 4 Aprile 2017. 
  4. 4.0 4.1 "В петербургской больнице скончались двое пострадавших при взрыве в метро" [Two injured in the explosion in the subway died in the St. Petersburg hospital]. ria.ru (in Russian). Retrieved 3 Aprile 2017. 
  5. "Russia Bomber Is Identified, Officials Say, as Death Toll Rises". New York Times. New York Times Company. 4 Aprile 2017. Retrieved 4 Aprile 2017. In addition to killing 14, the blast on Monday wounded 64 others, Aleksandr Rzhanenkov, a St. Petersburg official, said at a news briefing. 
  6. "Число жертв теракта в Петербурге выросло до 14 человек [Number of fatalities of the terrorist act in Petersburg has grown to fourteen people". Meduza. Meduza. 4 Aprile 2017. Retrieved 4 Aprile 2017. В результате взрыва в метро Санкт-Петербурга погибли 14 человек, сообщила министр здравоохранения России Вероника Скворцова. [In the aftermath of explosion in the metro of Saint Petersburg 14 people have died, reported by the minister of health of Russia Veronika Skvortsova] 
  7. "Signs of terror attack in St. Petersburg subway blast obvious — Kremlin". TASS. Saint Petersburg. 4 Aprile 2017. Retrieved 4 Aprile 2017. The Russian Investigative Committee has qualified the blast as a terrorist attack, but other versions are looked into. 
  8. MacFarquhar, Neil; Nechepureneko, Ivan. "Explosion in St. Petersburg Metro Kills at Least 10". nytimes.com. The New York Times. Retrieved 3 Aprile 2017. 
  9. 9.0 9.1 "Взрыв в метро Санкт-Петербурга: погибли 10 человек" [Explosion in Metro St. Petersburg, killing 10 people]. BBC Russia (in Russian). 3 Aprile 2017. Retrieved 3 Aprile 2017. 
  10. 10.0 10.1 "St Petersburg metro explosions kill ten - media". BBC. 3 Aprile 2017. Retrieved 3 Aprile 2017. 
  11. "At least 10 people may have been killed by Russia metro blast: TASS". Reuters. 3 Aprile 2017. Retrieved 3 Aprile 2017. 
  12. "Explosion in St. Petersburg Metro, fatalities confirmed (GRAPHIC IMAGES)". Russia Today. 3 Aprile 2017. Retrieved 3 Aprile 2017. 
  13. "St Petersburg metro bombing suspect 'from Kyrgyzstan'". BBC News Online. Retrieved 4 Aprile 2017.