After St. Petersburg Explosion, Putin Orders Police to 'Liquidate' Terrorists

Trevor Jackson
December 29, 2017

Egypt condemns the terrorist attack in a St.Petersburg store on Wednesday in Russian Federation in the strongest terms, a statement issued on Thursday by the Egyptian foreign ministry said.

Russian authorities consider the bombing an act of attempted murder but have not yet classified it as terrorism.

At least 10 people have been injured by an explosion at a supermarket in St Petersburg, Russia's second-largest city and the site of a deadly subway bombing earlier this year. According to a spokesman for the governor of St. Petersburg, one person was in serious condition.

The device, containing 200 grams of explosives went off at a storage area for customers' bags, Russia's Investigative Committee said.

No group has claimed responsibility for the explosion at the market in the Kalininsky district, on the ground floor of the Gigant Hall leisure centre, although Islamic terrorists have been to blame for several attacks and plots in the city in recent years.

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"The phrase was in reference to those who harbor plans to commit terrorist acts in our country", he was cited as saying by the state-run RIA Novosti news agency.

Storage boxes at all Perekrestok supermarkets in St. Petersburg were removed following the attack.

The Kremlin has said that those attacks were prevented thanks to intelligence provided by America's Central Intelligence Agency.

"Don't take any prisoners, liquidate the bandits on the spot", Putin said during remarks at a televised ceremony with veterans of Russia's military campaign in Syria.

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