Three suicide bombers blast up in Russian police station
Several suicide bombers attacked a police department in the Stavropol Region in Southern Russia.
“Three suicide bombers allegedly detonated themselves near the police station in the Novoselitsk District of the Stavropol Region. The terrorists died, and around five explosions were heard,” a law enforcement source told RIA Novosti.
Stavropol police have confirmed the attack on the police department.
“An attack occurred on the police department in the Novoselitsk District, information is being clarified,” the source said.
The Stavropol police have confirmed that no other lives were lost in the blasts and neither civilians nor police were injured.
“There are allegedly no injured among civilians or employees of the law enforcement agencies,” the source said.
A counterterrorist operation was initiated in the region.
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