Ukrainian Security Arrests 'Kharkiv Terrorists'

Four terrorists that attacked a peaceful rally in Kharkiv were trained in Russia and using Russian weapons, the Security Service of Ukraine said. They had planned a series of further attacks following the bombing, which killed at least two and wounded 11, but were arrested before they could carry them out. "[The terrorists] were captured while attempting to attack with a flamethrower a club where soldiers and volunteers gather, as well as a shopping centre," Markiyan Lubkivskiy, a senior adviser in the Security Service of Ukraine, known as the SBU, posted on Facebook. "They had planned other sabotage and terrorist activities. Discovered was a Russian-produced 'Shmil' [flamethrower]. According to the testimony of detainees, the group was trained in Belgorod (Russian Federation)." Read more:

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