22:37 GMT06 August 2020
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    Kursky railway terminal in Moscow has been evacuated after a phone call to emergency services reporting an explosive device.

    According to media reports, an anonymous person called "102" emergency service and reported a planned bombing attack at Kursky railway terminal (Moscow Kurskaya railway station). As a result, almost 1,000 people were evacuated from the terminal building. The station is being inspected by state security agencies, including explosive detection dogs team.

    This is the third time the railway station was evacuated this month. It has been previously evacuated on April 11th and April 27th, after similar phone calls.

    The identity of today's caller is still unknown.

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    bomb alert, emergency, evacuation, kursky railway terminal, Moscow, Russia
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