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Russian anti-terrorist agency says blast that killed 10 people at Crimean college was triggered by explosive device

Seattle Times Wednesday, 17 October 2018
Russian anti-terrorist agency says blast that killed 10 people at Crimean college was triggered by explosive deviceMOSCOW (AP) — Russian anti-terrorist agency says blast that killed 10 people at Crimean college was triggered by explosive device.
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News video: College Massacre In Crimea Prompts Russian Military Action

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On Wednesday, Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu said that four military planes were ready to evacuate casualties of a blast in the Crimean port city of Kerch for medical treatment. Reuters reports that he was also cited as saying that space in military hospitals in Crimea was available for the...

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