56 Sailors' Bodies Extracted From Kursk Nuclear Submarine

The identified bodies of sailors extracted from the nuclear submarine Kursk, which sank in the Barents Sea last year, were flown to their relatives' native towns. In all, 56 bodies have been removed from the wreck since the moment it was docked at Roslyakovo, while only 48 bodies have been identified. Right now, investigating teams are clearing away the debris inside the submarine's third compartment.

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