Investigators work at the site of a blast in a supermarket in Saint Petersburg on December 27, 2017. / AFP / Olga MALTSEVA
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Daesh (ISIS) claimed responsibility Friday night for the bomb attack days earlier that tore through a Saint Petersburg supermarket and wounded 14 people.On Wednesday evening, a homemade bomb placed in a locker at the supermarket in northwestern Saint Petersburg, Russia's second city and President Vladimir Putin's hometown, went off sowing panic among customers and wounding 14 people including a pregnant woman.The bombing came after the FSB security service said earlier this month it had prevented a terror attack on a key Orthodox cathedral in Saint Petersburg with the help of America's CIA, which led Putin to thank US President Donald Trump.
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