Bomb threat phone calls cause mass evacuations in Ukrainian airports
On Friday, November 10, a wave of phone calls about bomb threats in airports swept across Ukraine.
Service was suspended in particular at Odessa International Airport, one of the largest airports in the country.
“Today at 12:00, an unknown man called to the Director’s office at Odessa International Airport and said that there [was] a car in a parking lot near the airport that contained explosives,” the local police website said. Explosives specialists and service dogs were sent to the incident location. Civilian evacuations were also carried out.
Around the same time, the Ukrainian news reported that an unknown person had reported that …read more