A report on a bomb planted at the Kurski railway station in Moscow, which arrived by telephone to the 02 duty police board, has proved to be false. A policeman with a trained dog arrived at the site but did not find a bomb. Policemen, a fire-fighting team and ambulances also arrived at the railway station. Its building was fully cordoned off. The train schedules were not wrecked.
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Over the past week (September 17-23), Russian troops carried out 12 strikes with the use of long-range precision weapons and drones targeting army bases of the Armed Forces of Ukraine