Russia opens terrorist investigation after freight train derailed

Russia opens terrorist investigation after freight train derailed
Russia opens terrorist investigation after freight train derailed

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Investigation found the bomb derailed 19 wagons from the train. — AFP pic

MOSCOW, Nov 12 — Russian investigators have opened a terrorism investigation after a major freight train was derailed due to what they said was a homemade bomb on the railway line in the Ryazan region, the investigative committee said.

“According to the investigation, at 07:12 on November 11, 2023, an improvised explosive device exploded,” the committee said. “As a result, 19 wagons of the freight train were derailed.” — Reuters

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