Fake bomb alert in power company's office in south

Serbian police (MUP) has announced that a tip-off was received on Monday about an explosive device allegedly planted inside the EPS business premises in Raška.

Izvor: Tanjug

Monday, 28.05.2012.

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Serbian police (MUP) has announced that a tip-off was received on Monday about an explosive device allegedly planted inside the EPS business premises in Raska. The Serbian state power company (EPS) said in a statement that the tip-off turned out to be false. Fake bomb alert in power company's office in south The building in the southern town was evacuated, after which officers of the police bomb squad searched the premises, it was also said. The incident came after EPS issued a statement condemning the "pressure" exerted on the company's workers while performing their regular duties. Tanjug

Fake bomb alert in power company's office in south

The building in the southern town was evacuated, after which officers of the police bomb squad searched the premises, it was also said.

The incident came after EPS issued a statement condemning the "pressure" exerted on the company's workers while performing their regular duties.

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