2 September 2003 The tragedy that claimed the lives of nine mariners on 30 August–when a 40-year-old nuclear-powered K-159 submarine sank in the Barents Sea on its way to a scrap yard–has brought back painful memories of the Kursk submarine disaster, in which 118 sailors died three years ago. Russian authorities have blamed the latest […]

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