Moscow Railway Station, Malls Evacuated Over Bomb Threats

A spate of anonymous tip-offs this summer during the soccer World Cup proved to be hoaxes

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A railway station and 12 shopping malls in Moscow were evacuated on Wednesday after anonymous tip-offs were called in about bomb threats, the RIA news agency reported, citing emergency services.

A spate of such calls in 2017 and this summer during the soccer World Cup proved to be hoaxes.

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