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At Least 10 Dead After Multiple Explosions At Russian Subway Station

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This is a breaking story, we will continue to provide updates.

[Update] 5:00 PM – The death toll has risen to 11. Authorities say the bomb on the subway car was the work of a suicide bomber. Police are still looking for the suspect who left a second undetonated bomb at the station.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin laid flowers for the victims at the bomb site.

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[Update] 1:00 PM EST – The first images of the suspect have been released.

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On Monday, deadly blasts hit a St. Petersburg metro station in Russia killing at least 10 and injuring more than 50 others. What is known so far:

  • At least 10 dead, and more than 50 injured.
  • Two subway cars blew up in the blasts.
  • Senior Russian official is calling it terror.
  • St. Petersburg Metro is shut down.
  • Putin said all possible causes, including terror, are being considered.

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