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    • People Lay Flowers to Commemorate the Victims of St. Pete Metro Blast
    • People Lay Flowers to Commemorate the Victims of St. Pete Metro Blast
    • People Lay Flowers to Commemorate the Victims of St. Pete Metro Blast
    • People Lay Flowers to Commemorate the Victims of St. Pete Metro Blast
    • People Lay Flowers to Commemorate the Victims of St. Pete Metro Blast
    • People Lay Flowers to Commemorate the Victims of St. Pete Metro Blast
    • People Lay Flowers to Commemorate the Victims of St. Pete Metro Blast
    • People Lay Flowers to Commemorate the Victims of St. Pete Metro Blast
    • People Lay Flowers to Commemorate the Victims of St. Pete Metro Blast
    • People Lay Flowers to Commemorate the Victims of St. Pete Metro Blast
    • People Lay Flowers to Commemorate the Victims of St. Pete Metro Blast
    • People Lay Flowers to Commemorate the Victims of St. Pete Metro Blast
    • People Lay Flowers to Commemorate the Victims of St. Pete Metro Blast
    • People Lay Flowers to Commemorate the Victims of St. Pete Metro Blast
    • People Lay Flowers to Commemorate the Victims of St. Pete Metro Blast
    • People Lay Flowers to Commemorate the Victims of St. Pete Metro Blast
    © AFP 2019 / Olga Maltseva
    Despite the fact that Saint Petersburg subway was partly closed for the whole day after the attack and above-ground public transport was overloaded, people gathered at the site to lay flowers and light candles to honor the memory of the victims of St. Pete metro blast.

    People from different parts of the world joined an action to pay tribute to the victims of Saint Petersburg metro explosion.

    On April 3, 2017, a bomb exploded in a train of the Saint Petersburg subway. The blast killed at least 14 people, according to Russian Minister of Healthcare Veronika Skvortsova; 49 people were hospitalized.

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