New blast rocks Vladikavkaz, no victims reported
A new explosion rocked the southern Russian city of Vladikavkaz on Saturday, according to preliminary data, nobody has been killed, a source from the law enforcement bodies said, RIA Novosti reported.
A gas cylinder in a car, parked in a residential district of the city has exploded, he said.
The scene is currently cordoned off, policemen and rescue workers are working there, the source said.
The bombing is the latest in a series of terrorist attacks that have rocked the troubled North Caucasus in recent weeks. A suicide bomber blew himself up in a car near the city's central market on September 9, 17 people were killed in the attack.