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Scores injured, 60 dead after ISIS terrorist attack in Moscow

Scores injured, 60 dead after ISIS terrorist attack in Moscow

Moscow witnessed a devastating attack on Friday night that left more than 60 people dead and scores wounded. The incident occurred at the Crocus City Hall, a popular concert venue near the city. Here’s what we know so far:

ISIS terrorist attack in Moscow
Fire razing the Crocus City hall after an ISIS terrorist attack in Moscow. Courtesy.

The Attack In Moscow

What Happened? At approximately 11:29 PM local time, several gunmen clad in camouflage attire stormed the Crocus City Hall. They opened fire indiscriminately, causing chaos and panic among the concertgoers. Explosions were also reported, leading to a massive blaze within the venue.

Casualties and Injuries From The Russia Attack.

The death toll currently stands at over 60, making this one of Russia’s worst terror attacks in recent years.

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The exact number of injured individuals remains unclear, but video footage above captured the frantic scenes as concert attendees desperately tried to flee the chaos.

Immediate Response and Warnings

Before the attack, the U.S. Embassy in Moscow had issued a warning to American citizens.

The advisory urged people to avoid large gatherings, including concerts, due to heightened fears of a terrorist attack.

Citizens were advised to stay vigilant, monitor local media, and be aware of their surroundings.

The Aftermath of the attack

The Islamic State (ISIS) has claimed responsibility for the attack in Moscow. Their statement adds to the gravity of this tragedy, leaving the world in shock and mourning.

Stay tuned for updates on this developing story as authorities work tirelessly to bring those responsible to justice and ensure the safety of all Russian citizens.

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