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Russia: Emergencies minister dies during Arctic training drills

By DW
10 September 2021   |   12:36 pm
The minister reportedly fell off a cliff into a mountainous river while trying to save a cameraman. The official had previously served in the security detail for Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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