Two killed in blast near Chechnya

Two people have been killed when three explosions rocked the south Russian city of Krasnodar, near the border of the breakaway republic of Chechnya.

    No group has claimed responsibility for the blasts

    At least 10 people were killed in the blasts early on Monday, said a local police official quoted by Interfax news agency.

    The police official said the explosions occurred near two cafes and a bus stop.

    But a television station, quoting its correspondent, said all the explosions occurred near bus stops.



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