TALLINN (BNS) - Estonian security police last week seized shells and scores of other ammunition in a private home as part of the investigation of a blast three years ago that wrecked the Estonian high school of the mostly Russian-populated border city of Narva. Police and bomb squads discovered seven 45-mm artillery shells, four one-kilo packages of explosives, five kilograms of TNT, more than 100 rounds of cartridges and ten detonators during the search of a house in the town of Narva-Joesuu, some 15 kilometers to the northwest of Narva. A spokesman for the national security police said no...
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