Add to favorite
Subscribe to our Newsletters Subscribe to our Newsletters Get Daily Updates RSS

Khabarovsk kids used Al-Qaeda name to threaten Principal
6.11.2009 23:00
Khabarovsk kids used Al-Qaeda name to threaten Principal

Several Khabarovsk teenagers invented a new way to disrupt a school test they threatened the principal with Al-Qaeda attack.
      The day before the test was planned, the kids left a note in the Principal's office. The note said: We're from Al-Qaeda, there are four of us and we are going to bomb the school tomorrow, mercury is spilt about the building!.
      The Russian special-service agents came to the school immediately, and luckily didn't find any spilt mercury or bombs. Still, the test was postponed.
      The first suspect is a 14-year-old teenager the police recognized his handwriting. He and his companions may get three years in prison for knowingly giving false information about a terrorist act.


Next Previous

You might also find interesting:

Four Specially Protected Natural Territories will be Created in Yakutia
National Park for the Protection of Siberian White Cranes will be Created in Yakutia
Cheese Festival in the Moscow Region
Fireworks Festival will be Held in Stavropol
Unique Cave Paintings were Found in the Mountainous of Ingushetia

Comment on our site

RSS   twitter   facebook   submit

Bookmark and Share

search on the map
State History Museum  Russian regions  Exhibitions in Saint Petersburg  Dmitry Moor  Russian business  Levada Centre  Theatre Festivals  Concerts in St. Petersburg  Russian ballet  Linkin Park  David Shterenberg  Magnitsky Act  Mikhail Prokhorov  Russian reporters  AtmaSphere 360  Vasily Perov  Kolomenskoye  Astrakhan Region  Russian tourism  Innovations  Russian Cinema  Moscow  Orthodoxy  Archeology  Travel  Russian Nature  Elvira Nabiulina  Velikiy Ustug  Russian emergencies ministry  Market Regulation  Aeroexpress  travel to Russia  Civil Platform  Kazan Museums  Festivals in Moscow  Russian writers  All Events  Circle of Light Festival  Russian Standard  St. Petersburg  money  Exhibitions in Moscow  Festivals  Alexander Mayorov  Bolshoy Theatre  obituary  Modern Calligraphy Museum  Central House of Artist  Amur Region  Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia 

Travel Blogs
Top Traveling Sites