At least 10 people reported dead after explosion in St. Petersburg metro

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Russian Special Forces Police St. Petersburg Russia REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk Russian special forces police control access on a platform where a train which Greenpeace says is transporting 30 people who were arrested over a protest at the Prirazlomnaya oil rig arrived at the Ladogsky railway station in St. Petersburg November 12, 2013.

An explosion in a metro station in St Petersburg on Monday has reportedly killed several people.

Ten people have been confirmed dead so far, according to Oliver Carroll , m anagin g editor of The Moscow Times.

Various websites have pictures of blown-out train doors and injured people on the station platform.

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