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Konstantinova was said to have last posted the word "End" on her social media page, only to have previously posted an image of a blue whale, reports say.

Volkova, her friend, was also reported to have posted the note: "Sense is lost...

the boy went away a couple of times and then came back again, and then they jumped' Report: Several Russian media sites have reported the trend, leading investigators to probe the allegations. died this month after she fell from the roof of building in the town of Tobolsk The most recent deaths supposedly linked to one of these 'suicide sites' were those of 18-year-old Elmira S.

and 19-year-old Nikita Denisov, who jumped from a building in the Siberian town of Tobolsk on May 20.

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Internet chat room romantics beware: your next chat may be with a clinical computer trying to win your personal data and not your heart, an online security firm says.

Cyber Lover's website explains that the settings on its program can be changed to attract men, persuade people to visit a website or encourage them to top up mobile telephone credit, and that all the data collected will be stored.

Violence: Investigators claim there are as many as 1,500 of the so-called 'suicide sites' on the Russian social media network Vkontakte.

Pictured, 18-year-old Elmira S., one of the most recent victims of the groups Duped: The teenagers and, in some cases children, are believed to be tricked into committing suicide by groups which use psychological manipulation.

Police in Russia are looking into a flurry of teenage suicide attempts amid panic that teens may have been manipulated by sinister social media groups, reports say.

Local media has cited findings that suggest such attempts are linked to a dark online phenomenon called "Blue Whale" -- a game that allegedly asks teens to complete tasks that inflict self harm, like cutting themselves and carving symbols into their skin.

Cyber Lover's website explains that the settings on its program can be changed to attract men, persuade people to visit a website or encourage them to top up mobile telephone credit, and that all the data collected will be stored.

Violence: Investigators claim there are as many as 1,500 of the so-called 'suicide sites' on the Russian social media network Vkontakte.

Pictured, 18-year-old Elmira S., one of the most recent victims of the groups Duped: The teenagers and, in some cases children, are believed to be tricked into committing suicide by groups which use psychological manipulation.

Police in Russia are looking into a flurry of teenage suicide attempts amid panic that teens may have been manipulated by sinister social media groups, reports say.

Local media has cited findings that suggest such attempts are linked to a dark online phenomenon called "Blue Whale" -- a game that allegedly asks teens to complete tasks that inflict self harm, like cutting themselves and carving symbols into their skin.

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