Spokesman for Iran’s Foreign Ministry Bahram Qasemi extended condolences on Thursday to the families of the victims who were killed in an explosion which took place in a college in the city of Kerch, Crimea Peninsula.
Iran press/ Iran news: Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman, Bahram Qasemi on Thursday extended message of condolences to the families of the victims who were killed in an explosion which took place in a college in the city of Kerch, Crimea Peninsula.
A student named Vladislav Roslyakov, perpetrated an attack using a gun and a bomb at a Kerch college in Crimea on October 17, leaving 20 people dead and injuring about 50 others.
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In the Wednesday attack by a college student, a licensed shotgun was used to shoot at fellow students, and an explosive device was detonated in the college building. The body of the suspect was later found in one of the rooms in the college with a gunshot wound. According to Crimea head Sergei Aksyonov, the assailant had committed suicide after perpetrating the crime.