Kaunas District Court in Lithuania was evacuated on Friday following a bomb warning. It later turned out that the call was a hoax.
Pranešta apie bombą Kauno teisme
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Spokeswoman for Kaunas police told BNS that the warning call came in at 10:07 a.m. A man said there was a bomb planted at the court building.

The court building was evacuated before being inspected by mine neutralization specialists.

The police later said there were no explosives found in the court house.

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