Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Two people die after a car explosion in Kazakhstan

Moscow .- Two people died at the outbreak of explosives in a car in the Kazakh capital, Astana, reported the Interfax news agency. The authorities ruled out the possibility of terrorism and initiated an attack or cause "damage to property of others" as a result of "negligence in the use of fire." The "explosion was not caused by an explosive device without shrapnel" occurred this morning in a field in the Kazakh capital, the source added.

In the vehicle were found the bodies of two men. According to preliminary investigation, the deceased non-military extremist organizations.

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