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 Woman in hijab detained near Moscow metro station with severed child's head. VIDEO

Police have detained a nanny on suspicion of murder after she was found at a Moscow metro station holding the severed head of a child. Attention! Video is not recommended for people with unstable mentality!

Censor.NET reports referring to The Guardian.

The woman, believed to be from central Asia, can be seen in video footage holding up what appears to be a severed head near Oktyabrskoye Pole station in north-western Moscow.

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In the video she is covered in black except for her face and she can be heard shouting "for a terrorist, for your death". She had also yelled "Allahu Akbar", RBC newspaper reported.
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Investigators said the body of a three- or four-year-old girl had been discovered in a burnt-out flat nearby.

"Having waited for the parents to leave the flat with their older child, she killed the child for unknown reasons, set the flat on fire and fled," the investigative committee said.

A bomb squad from the FSB security agency was working in the area where the woman was detained, Interfax news agency reported.

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LifeNews, a tabloid news site known for its close ties to law enforcement, reported that the parents told police the victim was a four-year-old girl named Nastya. The Moskovsky Komsomolets newspaper quoted a law enforcement source as saying that the nanny was Gyulchekhra Bobokulova, 38, from Uzbekistan.

Police approached the woman at the entrance to the metro to check her documents, after which she took the severed head out of her bag and began yelling that she would blow herself up, according to LifeNews. She was found to not have any explosives. Bobokulova later told police she had been upset over problems with her husband, the site also reported.
 
 
 
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