The Kursk has been lifted from its watery grave, but the families of those who died in the disaster aren’t expecting it to yield the real truth by Anna Badkhen MURMANSK, Russia–There were risks of nuclear fallout, unexploded weapons, and other unexpected dangers that could have been hidden in the icy, murky depths of the […]

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