FSB found explosive during searches in Moscow hotel Sevastopol
Yesterday, an explosive was found in the Moscow hotel Sevastopol during operational activities carried out by the FSB.
According to Life, intelligence agencies had received information about its storage in a rented room at the gym at Sevastopol.
As a result of the searches, a trinitrotoluene block type 200, which is a concentrated charge of high explosive, was found on the fifth floor of the building, the news agency's informed source reports.
The FSB operation was carried out at the hotel on December 23. After cordoning off the hotel area, security services blocked the entrance and exit of its housing groups and raided them.
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