At least two injured in Moscow explosion

14:36, April 18, 2010      

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At least two people were injured in an explosion at a detached house in northwestern Moscow early Sunday.

The blast occurred at the Fabrichius street was reported at 4:00 a.m. Moscow time (0000 GMT) and investigators were establishing the cause of the explosion, the Itar-Tass news agency reported citing Moscow police department.

Preliminary information indicated that foreign workers were living in the one-floor house.

According to the Moscow police department, some unknown persons were reported to have thrown a grenade into the window of the house, which has not been confirmed.

One of the injured was in serious condition, the Interfax news agency reported, which also put the injured people at three.

Interfax also said the blast occurred when two skinheads threw two home-made bombs into the house, where workers from Tajikistan were living.

Source: Xinhua


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