Unexploded device found at second St. Petersburg metro station

Unexploded device found at second St. Petersburg metro station

Unexploded device found at second St. Petersburg metro station

 An unexploded device was found at a second Saint Petersburg metro station after a blast in the underground that killed around 10 and injured dozens, local news agencies cited Russia's anti-terrorism committee as saying.

The national anti-terrorism committee (NAK) said in a statement carried by Russian agencies that such a device was "found and neutralised in a timely fashion" at the Vosstaniya Square station.