Kharkiv's Osnova station again sees train bombing
On Tuesday, An explosion tore through the Osnova railway station in the city of Kharkiv, eastern Ukraine, the Kharkiv region Prosecutor's Office said in a press release.
"An explosive device was detonated under a moving train at around 0300. Five meters of rail tracks were damaged and two empty carriages derailed. No one was hurt," reads to the press release.
The authorities are tentatively investigating the incident as an act of sabotage, it said.
It was the second blast at Kharkiv's Osnova railway station in the past two days. A cistern carrying diesel fuel for the Ukrainian Armed Forces was blown up at this train station early on March 30. This incident is also being investigated as an act of sabotage.