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[UPDATE] Explosive Device in St. Petersburg Cafe Stuffed With Striking Elements, Ukraine War Reporter Vladlen Tatarsky Killed


In St. Petersburg, there was an explosion in a cafe during a creative evening of war correspondent Vladlen Tatarsky.

According to emergency services, the number of victims in the St. Petersburg cafe has increased to 23 people, among the victims there is a child, four people are in serious condition.

Vladlen Tatarsky was killed in the terrorist attack in St. Petersburg. “At 6:13 p.m. on April 2, 2023, the police received information about a blast in Universitetsjaya Embankment 25. As a result, one person was killed. It was war correspondent Vladlen Tatarsky. Sixteen people were wounded,” the ministry’s press center said on Sunday.

[UPDATE-Apr. 3] Moscow’s court to choose pre-trial restriction for suspect in war correspondent’s death

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