Passengers were evacuated from Kievskii train station in Moscow due to a high possibility of a terrorist act, reported our source from the State Ministry of Internal Affairs. According to the source, a suspected object was located under one of the cars of the train "Kishenev-Moscow" №241. A decision was made to evacuate all the passengers from the train station. Russians have been extremely cautious about terrorist acts since a series of explosions in Moscow and southern Russia blamed on Chechen rebels. Today's explosion in Nationale hotel in downtown Moscow as well as an earlier train explosion on Russian territory make Russians fearful and extremely cautious of new terrorist acts. 44 people were killed and hundreds were injured as a result of a suicide bomber attack earlier last week.