'Man blows himself up with grenade at Moscow grocery store'

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February 26, 2011 17:16

 
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MOSCOW  — The Interfax news agency said Saturday that a man has blown himself up with a grenade outside a supermarket in Moscow.

The agency cited witnesses as saying the man drove alongside the store in southeast Moscow, then got out of his car, muttered something indistinct, pulled out a grenade and set it off.

The report said the man was dead at the scene and there were no other people injured in the incident.

Moscow police said they had no immediate information on the report.

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