A police station in southern Russia has come under attack in what is suspected to be a suicide bombing, reports said Monday.
Three attackers reportedly detonated explosive devices outside the station in the Stavropol region, killing themselves in the process, according to the state-run RIA news agency.
Interfax news agency reported that no police officers or locals were hurt in the blasts, citing a regional branch of Russia’s Interior Ministry, but these reports are yet to be confirmed.
This is a developing story.
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