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US Embassy Warned Americans to Avoid Moscow Concerts Weeks Before Attacks

The U.S. Embassy in Moscow warned Americans to avoid going to concerts in Moscow just weeks before gunmen launched an attack at a concert venue on Friday.

Several gunmen opened fire at Crocus City Hall, a large music venue in the Moscow area, leaving an unknown number of victims injured. Many details about the shooting, including who the suspected shooters are and what their motive may have been, remained unclear as responders were still at the scene.

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Just weeks prior on March 7, the U.S. Embassy issued a warning telling Americans to not go to concert venues.

“The Embassy is monitoring reports that extremists have imminent plans to target large gatherings in Moscow, to include concerts, and U.S. citizens should be advised to avoid large gatherings over the next 48 hours,” the alert reads.

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The US and UK warned of attacks a few weeks ago.


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