Explosives used in Europe blasts found on ISIS terrorists that planned Moscow attacks


Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) has detained ISIS-linked terrorists who were planning attacks on the Moscow public transport system and other crowded places in Moscow.

Following the analysis of the materials found in the detainees’ house outside Moscow, the FSB said that it was a dangerous peroxide-based explosive, also known as the ‘Mother of Satan.’ The same explosives were reportedly used by terrorists in a series of deadly attacks in Europe, including the Manchester suicide bombing in May, the Paris terrorist attack in November 2015, and the March 2016 attack in Brussels.

“We have taken samples. According to these samples it is triacetone triperoxide (TATP), a very dangerous initiate explosive,” a serviceman is heard saying in a video taken during the FSB operation.

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Source: RT.com