Aug
2
AM
7:28
Home page Contact us Search
Home Page
ES FR EN ŕ—»Ū

Middle EastEuropeAmericasAsiaAsia-PacificAfricaWorldPress
 
Golani Officer Captured by Palestinian Resistance in Gaza Abbas Says Joint Palestinian Team Still Heading to Cairo Israeli Soldier Posts on Instagram: I Killed 13 Palestinian Children in 1 Day Araqchi Denies Any Deal on Arak, Fordu Nuclear Facilities CIA Apologizes for Spying on Senate Computers Occupation Army Says 5 Soldiers Killed in Gaza Zionist Entity Calls off Gaza Ceasefire, Commits Massacre in Rafah Bolivia Declares Israel ĎTerrorist Stateí, Renounces Visa Exemption Agreement Gaza Doctors Say Besieged Strip Faces Serious Crisis Yemen Repatriates 8 Saudi Qaeda suspects UN Rights Chief: Israeli Attacks in Gaza ďDeliberate DefianceĒ of Intíl Law Netanyahu Claims Israel Will Destroy Gaza Tunnels with or without Ceasefire Zionist Entity Calls up More Reservists, Offensive Death Toll Exceeds 1360 US Resupplies Israel with More Munitions to Commit Massacres in Gaza Israeli Army Releases Leb. Shepherd, General Security Receives Him from UNIFIL
Move right Stop Move left
Go to
Related Articles
Golani Officer Captured by Palestinian Resistance in GazaAbbas Says Joint Palestinian Team Still Heading to CairoIsraeli Soldier Posts on Instagram: I Killed 13 Palestinian Children in 1 DayAraqchi Denies Any Deal on Arak, Fordu Nuclear FacilitiesOccupation Army Says 5 Soldiers Killed in GazaZionist Entity Calls off Gaza Ceasefire, Commits Massacre in RafahBolivia Declares Israel ĎTerrorist Stateí, Renounces Visa Exemption Agreement
Sport site News Bulletin Programs network Twitter Watch almanar Live
Contact us Guestbook Polls RSS Feeds Mailing list
Androids Iphone Ipad Blackberry Videos
Europe
Minimize font Maximize font Save article
27 Injured as 4 Blasts Target Ukrainian City
Local Editor

Ukraine, after the four blasts targeting the eastern city of Dnipropetrovsk At least 27 people were injured Friday in the eastern Ukrainian city of Dnipropetrovsk in four successive blasts that President Viktor Yanukovych called a challenge to the nation.

"There is a total of 27" injured in three explosions in the city of about a million people east of the capital Kiev, said an emergencies ministry official, adding there was no immediate information on the fourth blast.

The explosions in Dnipropetrovsk, home town of Yanukovych's jailed opponent and 2004 Orange Revolution leader Yulia Tymoshenko, come ahead of the Euro 2012 football championship which Ukraine is co-hosting this summer.

Officials earlier said that the first blast went off in a rubbish bin near a movie theater in the center of the city at 11:50 a.m. local time (08:50 GMT).

Ukraine, after the four blasts targeting the eastern city of Dnipropetrovsk A second blast followed 40 minutes later and the third, in another busy central street, 15 minutes after that, emergencies officials said.

The fourth explosion went off at 1:00 p.m. local time (10:00 GMT), the interior ministry said without providing further details.

"Police are looking into the casualties and circumstances" of the last two blasts, it said in a statement on its website.

Ukrainian prosecutors launched a probe into possible acts of terrorism, Interfax news agency reported. Interior Minister Vitaly Zakharchenko quickly left for Dnipropetrovsk to oversee the investigation in person.

 

Source: AFP

27-04-2012 - 16:42 Last updated 27-04-2012 - 17:02 | 1083 View
Name Register Nickname
Users who already have nicknames
can comment without risking their żIDís being impersonated

Users who already have nicknames can
 insert comment using their nickname

Email
Country
Title
Message
Number of allowed characters is 700 - 700 Character left
Disclaimer Al-Manar is not responsible for the content of the comments. All opinions expressed are those of the posters not Al-Manarís or its staff. Al-Manar reserves the right to exclude comments that contain expressions falling beyond the bounds of decency
Email Register Nickname
Users who already have nicknames
can comment without risking their żIDís being impersonated

Insert comment

Password
Title
Message
Number of allowed characters is 700 - 700 Character left
Disclaimer Al-Manar is not responsible for the content of the comments. All opinions expressed are those of the posters not Al-Manarís or its staff. Al-Manar reserves the right to exclude comments that contain expressions falling beyond the bounds of decency
 

Users who already have nicknames can
 insert comment using their nickname

Insert comment

Edit password

Nickname
Email
Country
Password
Password Confirmation

  Insert comment

Users who already have nicknames can
 insert comment using their nickname

Email
Edit country
Old password
New password
Confirm new password

 

Al-Manar TV Lebanon Last update 01-08-2014 16:17 Beirut Time
199682735 Visits since 24-05-2010