An explosion rocked another central Moscow metro station on Monday during rush hour, shortly after a first blast that killed at least 20 people, Russian news agencies and officials said, Reuters reported.
"This blast rocked Park Kultury at 0838 (12:38 a.m. ET)," Interfax said, quoting a security source. "There are killed and injured."
As a result of the explosion at the metro station Lubyanka in Moscow, according to preliminary data, 26 people are killed - 15 on board and 11 on the platform, told RIA Novosti the head of information department of the Emergencies Ministry Irina Andrianova.