Russia ‘foils’ terror attack on ‘crowded place’ days after 144 murdered in Moscow | World | News by StuffsEarth

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Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) claims to have prevented “a terrorist attack during a mass gathering” in Stavropol Krai in southwestern Russia on Friday, according to Russian state-owned media.

The FSB claimed to have detained three citizens from an unnamed Central Asian country who allegedly planned to detonate a bomb at a mass gathering, according to TASS.

“Components of an improvised explosive device, chemicals, and munitions were seized from the detainees at their place of residence,” the FSB said, cited by TASS.

Daily Express US could not independently verify these claims.

The announcement comes almost a week after several armed individuals opened fire at a Crocus City Hall concert venue at the Moscow region of Krasnogorsk, killing more than 140 people.

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