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Russian plane carrying 92 crashes in Black Sea; 10 dead seen

by Vladimir Isachenkov | Yahoo News via InfoWars:

A Russian plane carrying 92 people to an air base in Syria crashed Sunday into the Black Sea minutes after taking off from the city of Sochi, Russia’s Defense Ministry said. Thousands of rescue workers were searching the undersea crash site but there appeared to be no survivors. Those on board included dozens of members of Russia’s world-famous army choir.

The cause of the crash wasn’t immediately known. At least one expert cited a terror attack as a possible reason — a scenario rejected by Russian officials.

In all, 84 passengers and eight crew members were on the Tu-154 plane when it disappeared from radar two minutes after taking off in good weather. Emergency crews found fragments of the plane about 1.5 kilometers (less than one mile) from shore and by Sunday afternoon, rescue teams had already recovered 10 bodies.

The plane belonged to the Defense Ministry and was taking the Alexandrov Ensemble to a New Year’s concert at Hemeimeem air base in Syria’s coastal province of Latakia. Those on board also included nine Russian journalists and a Russian doctor famous for her work in war zones. New Year’s is the main holiday for most Russians.

Russian President Vladimir Putin went on television to declare Monday a nationwide day of mourning.

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2 comments to Russian plane carrying 92 crashes in Black Sea; 10 dead seen

  • Craig Escaped Detroit

    Here is just ONE music video of the Red Army choir performing as backup singers for a rock concert in Europe behind a band known as the “Leningrad Cowboys” (actually a Finnish band).

    Just watch how much those Red Army choir military men (and the orchestra) are smiling from ear to ear as they enjoy singing along with this popular American song. They really enjoyed what they were doing, and they loved American Rock & Roll very much. (Some TV documentaries about the influence of western Rock & Roll played in the USSR during the “Soviet” years it is clear how American (and British) Rock & Roll were very important to the Russian people (even though it was outlawed, it was incredibly loved by the Russian people.)

    (there are some other very notable performances that are worthy of watching them perform. Such as “Delilah”, “Gimme All Your Lovin”, “Pretty Fly For a White Guy”, and others.)

    To see the (attractive) Russian military WOMEN who are also part of the choir, watch the video titled “Pretty fly for a white guy”. Lots of energy in everything this song.

    The plane crash that killed such a large number of these performers is a sad thing.

    Leningrad Cowboys Red Army Choir SWEET HOME ALABAMA

  • Sayldog

    This Daft Punk cover, performed at the Sochi Olympics, was my favorite.

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