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KIEV, June 1 (Itar-Tass) —— Two detainees suspected of masterminding blasts in Dnepropetrovsk on April 27 will face charges within three days and a measure of restraint will be ruled for them. Ukrainian Interior Ministry reported on Thursday.
The ministry reported that officers of the Ukrainian Security Service are working with the detainees, because this crime under the article for terrorism is within jurisdiction of the Ukrainian Security Service.
On April 27, several explosions rocked public venues in Dnepropetrovsk. Some 31 people were wounded in the blasts. All homemade explosive devices were planted in the concrete-made recycle bins. One wounded woman remains at the Dnepropetrovsk hospital.
On Thursday, two suspected bombers were detained in Dnepropetrovsk.