Two Moscow courts receive bomb threats, says source

Mon 13 Jan 2020 11:59 GMT | 15:59 Local Time

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Two Moscow district courts have received anonymous bomb threats on Monday, a source in the emergency services informed TASS.

"Koptevsky and Golovinsky courts in Moscow have received emails with bomb threats. They are not being evacuated," the source stated.

A wave of bomb threats began in Moscow, St. Petersburg and other Russian regions in late November 2019. Unknown persons repeatedly call in bomb threats to various facilities: courts, schools, hospitals, airports, train stations. All the previous threats resulted to be false.




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