Bombers carry out explosions in Russia’s Stavropol region
The suicide bombers were killed by the blasts and no one else was hurt, according to RIA news agency.
Three suspected suicide bombers carried out five explosions near a police station in Russia’s southern Stavropol region, according to Russian law enforcement officals.
“Three suicide bombers allegedly detonated themselves near the police station in the Novoselitsk District of the Stavropol Region. The terrorists died, and around five explosions were heard,” a law enforcement source told RIA Novosti, according to Sputnik News.
Stavropol police confirmed there were no casualties or injuries.
“There are allegedly no injured among civilians or employees of the law enforcement agencies,” a military source told Sputnik News.
Stavropol region is located in southern Russia, close to the turbulent Northern Caucasus.