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KIEV, November 27 (Itar-Tass) — The Industrial District Court of Dnepropetrovsk launched Tuesday the merit proceedings in several blasts, which rocked the city last April. Four defendants, namely Viktor Sukachev, Lev Prosvirnin, Dmitry Reva and Vitaly Fedoryak faced the trial.
The prosecutors and five lawyers of the defendants, as well as a representative of the injured parties in the terrorist acts, are participating in the trial.
On April 27, four explosions have rocked Dnepropetrovsk within an hour. Thirty-one people, including ten teenagers, were wounded in the blasts. All explosive devices were planted in the recycle bins made of concrete. All suspects were accused under a criminal article for a terrorist act. They are also suspected of masterminding another three terrorist acts, which were committed in Dnepropetrovsk, Kharkov and Zaporozhye in October-November 2011.