MOSCOW — Moscow on Friday faced over 130 fake bomb calls that prompted the evacuation of some 100,000 people from shopping malls, schools, railway stations and office buildings.

It was the most massive flurry of fake bomb threats since a wave of bomb hoaxes began in early September.

The fake bomb threats have affected dozens of Russian cities and incurred massive economic damages.

Among those targeted by the bomb calls Friday were all four Moscow airports, five railway stations, 15 shopping malls, several hotels, more than 20 schools and many other venues, the state Tass news agency said.

No explosives have been found after any of the anonymous calls.

Flights to and from Moscow weren’t affected, as security agents at the airports checked for explosives without holding evacuations.

The bomb calls continued into the evening, when the Luzhniki sports arena and office buildings in the Moscow City district were evacuated – including the Moscow city hall legislature and the government’s analytical center.