Strasbourg Train Station Reopens After Bomb Threat

The main railway station in the eastern French city of Strasbourg was shut down and evacuated Thursday night upon reports of a suspicious package. By 9 p.m. local time, police had given the all clear, but dozens of trains and hundreds of travelers were impacted by the closures.
With the city still on high alert following the shooting spree in its Christmas market earlier this month, police shepherded travelers out of Strasbourg’s railway station at about 6:15 p.m. local time and called in the bomb squad.

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