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Armenian authorities The country’s capital, Yerevan, has been ordered to evacuate following a large-scale bomb threat on Sunday.
The bomb threat came hours after a downtown market was rocked, killing at least one person. Armenian media say the city has received bomb threats against all metro striations in the city, major military and civilian facilities, shopping centers, the city zoo and St. Grigor Lusavorich Church.
The city police ordered a mass evacuation after receiving threats.
It is unclear whether Sunday’s blast at Surmalu Market was linked to these threats. The affected building was used to store fireworks, but officials have not said if that caused the explosion.
At least one person was killed and 20 injured in the blast in the market. Emergency responders Many people were said to be trapped under the debris at the scene.
Bomb threats A relatively common occurrence in Armenia, similar migrations are reported in July and April.