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MOSCOW, April 11 (Itar-Tass) - The information about the bomb threat at the Lubyanka metro station has not been confirmed, the city’s main police department reported.
“It was a hoax call, the station was examined, and no dangerous objects were found,” a representative of the department said.
An anonymous caller at 21:55 MSK on Wednesday called the police and reported that a bomb was allegedly planted at the Lubyanka metro station. Police officers, engineer and sapper service, specialists with sniffer dogs arrived at the scene and examined the station.