Emergencies ministry says 12 people have been injured in twin blasts in Dnipropetrovsk
Two blasts have injured 12 people in the Ukrainian city of Dnipropetrovsk on Friday, according to the country's emergencies ministry.
The Interfax news agency reported a third explosion in the industrial city 400 miles south-east of the capital, Kiev, but this has not yet been confirmed by authorities.
The first blast was at a tram stop at 11.50am (0850 GMT), injuring five people. The second explosion happened 30 minutes later next to a cinema, injuring seven people, the ministry said.