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    Flowers Laid At Russian Embassies
    Nov02

    Flowers Laid At Russian Embassies

    Flowers, soft toys, and candles were laid at Russian embassies across the former Soviet Union in the wake of the air crash in Egypt that killed 224 people — nearly all of them Russians. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    What Caused the Crash of the Russian Airliner in Egypt?
    Nov02

    What Caused the Crash of the Russian Airliner in Egypt?

    Maxim Grigoriev / Russian Ministry for Emergency Situations / APThe Russian Airbus that crashed in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula on Saturday, killing all 224 people on board, could have only been brought down by external forces, a senior airline official said. The comments by Alexander Smirnov, a deputy director for Kogalymavia, which was...

    Crash Victims’ Bodies Return to Russia
    Nov02

    Crash Victims’ Bodies Return to Russia

    The first bodies of victims of the Russian airplane crash in Egypt arrived at St. Petersburg’s Pulkovo Airport Monday morning aboard a Russian government plane. St. Petersburg authorities have decided mourning activities for those killed in the crash will last until Tuesday in Russia’s second city. Russian President Valdimir Putin...

    Austria: 11 injured in Ukrainian tourist bus crash
    Nov02

    Austria: 11 injured in Ukrainian tourist bus crash

    Austrian officials say a bus carrying Ukrainian tourists crashed through a guardrail while approaching a highway and flipped, injuring 11 people, two of them seriously. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    Austria 11 injured, as bus carrying Ukrainian tourists crashes through guard rail, then flips
    Nov02

    Austria 11 injured, as bus carrying Ukrainian tourists crashes through guard rail, then flips

    Austrian officials say a bus carrying Ukrainian tourists crashed through a guardrail while approaching a highway and flipped, injuring 11 people, two of them seriously. …read more Source: FOX...

    Austria: 11 injured in Ukrainian tourist bus crash
    Nov02

    Austria: 11 injured in Ukrainian tourist bus crash

    VIENNA (AP) — Austrian officials say a bus carrying Ukrainian tourists crashed through a guardrail while approaching a highway and flipped, injuring 11 people, two of them seriously. Firefighter spokesman Franz Resperger said the pre-dawn accident occurred Monday on a ramp leading to the main highway connecting Austria and Hungary near the town...

    The Latest: The search for Sinai crash victims to end Monday
    Nov02

    The Latest: The search for Sinai crash victims to end Monday

    ST. PETERSBURG, Russia (AP) — The latest developments after a Russian passenger plane crashed in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula, killing all 224 people on board (all times local).10:40 a.m.Russia’s emergency situations minister Vladimir Puchkov says the search for the bodies of victims of the plane crash in Egypt will wrap up in a...

    Mongolia, between big neighbors, seeks permanent neutrality
    Nov02

    Mongolia, between big neighbors, seeks permanent neutrality

    ULAANBAATAR, Mongolia (AP) — Sandwiched between China and Russia, landlocked Mongolia has long tread a middle path, maintaining a balance between Moscow and Beijing while referring to the U.S. and other remote allies as “third neighbors.” Now, with a wealth of mineral resources set to transform its largely agrarian economy, Mongolia is moving to...

    Bodies of Egypt crash victims arrive in Russia
    Nov02

    Bodies of Egypt crash victims arrive in Russia

    Saint Petersburg (AFP) – A plane carrying the remains of 144 people killed when a Russian airliner crashed in Egypt landed in Saint Petersburg early on Monday, hours after investigators probing the doomed flight said it had broken up in the air.The emergency Russian plane, the first to bring back the bodies of those who died when the A-321...

    Russians Mourn Victims of Plane Crash in Egypt
    Nov01

    Russians Mourn Victims of Plane Crash in Egypt

    ST. PETERSBURG, Russia — In a massive outpouring of grief, thousands of people flocked to St. Petersburg’s airport Sunday, laying flowers, soft toys and paper planes next to the pictures of the victims of the crash of a passenger jet in Egypt that killed all 224 on board in Russia’s deadliest air crash to date. “I can’t remain...