‘A thundering clap, a strong smell … and then the smoke’ – how the St Petersburg bombing unfolded — David Icke latest headlines

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‘It was standing room only on the packed metro train Polina, a St Petersburg student, boarded just before 3pm local time on Monday afternoon. But just after the south bound train passed the bustling intersection station of Sennaya Ploshad, the carriage was shaken by a “thundering clap” that filled the metro car with smoke. “The…

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