Three cars of high-speed train
Nevsky Express from Moscow to St. Petersburg derailed on November 27
after an explosive device equivalent to 7 kg (15 lbs) of TNT detonated
on the railroad tracks. The explosion left 26 people killed.
Twenty six people were killed and about a hundred wounded in a
blast when Russian Railways’ Nevsky Express from Moscow to St.
Petersburg was derailed on Friday evening. An investigation has been
initiated under the Criminal Code article on terrorism. (rian.ru)