Russian police have evacuated almost 3,000 people from three railway stations in Moscow after an anonymous bomb threat, reports said on Monday.
The TASS news agency said about 2,000 people were evacuated from Leningradsky and Kazansky Station, and 750 from Yaroslavsky Station.
Police and canine teams searched the train stations, located near the metro station Komsomolskaya, with sniffer dogs.
Russian police said later on Monday they had not found any explosive devices at three Moscow railway stations that were evacuated earlier in the day after the bomb scare, the TASS news agency reported.
All three stations are located on the same Moscow square and specialize in routes to St Petersburg, Siberia and Central Asia.
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