No Armenians injured in Ukraine blasts (video)

No Armenians injured in Ukraine blasts

PanARMENIAN.Net - No Armenians were reported among those injured in Ukraine’s Dnepropetrovsk blasts, Foreign Ministry said citing Armenian Embassy in Ukraine.

Twenty seven people, including nine children, were injured in four successive bomb attacks that took place on Friday April 27 in the city of Dnepropetrovsk, eastern Ukraine, the emergencies ministry said.

According to other sources, there were 10 explosions.

Between three and seven people were hurt when an unidentified explosive device went off at a tram stop in central Dnepropetrovsk. The second blast came about an hour later outside a cinema, injuring seven. The third explosion took place near a railway terminal and the fourth in a public park. Several people were hospitalized with fragmentation wounds.

The traffic in the central part of the city has been brought to a standstill.

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