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Raw aftermath : Eleven people have been confirmed dead after an explosion on a minibus in Russia’s southern city of Vladikavkaz in North Ossetia. Police have called the blast a terror attack after finding traces of explosives nearby.
All the victims are reportedly residents of North Ossetia.
Thirty-eight injured people were taken to hospital.
The explosion is said to have occurred outside of the minibus rather than inside.
The North Ossetian authorities have declared that Saturday, November 8, will be a day of mourning.
Vladikavkaz is the capital of the Republic of North Ossetia. Refugees from South Ossetia fled to the city during the August conflict between Russia and Georgia.
The attack is just one of a number of deadly explosions in the Caucasus region since the end of military confrontation in South Ossetia.
Last month seven peacekeepers were killed in Tskhinval. South Ossetian authorities accused Georgia of organising terrorist acts on it territory.
There were also reports of planned attacks by Georgian radicals in Moscow.
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