Deadly explosion rocks St. Petersburg subway

A local government spokesman says at least 10 people were killed and 50 others injured. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.

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  1. Linda Wright says

    Is Putin behind this? Does he need to distract the Russian people from the current anti-Putin protests? Does he need a plausible excuse to impose a curfew? To impose a crack-down on any anti-Putin activities such as honest reporting? I seem to remember reports of a series of so-called terrorist bombings of apartment buildings the last time Putin was faced with street protests and with journalists reporting about illegal activities by Putin.

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