Russian aircraft disaster

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Rescuers inspect the scene of Aeroflot-Nord Boeing 737 crash in Perm. The jet crashed near a Ural mountains city killing all 88 passengers and crew on board, after reportedly catching fire in the sky, the airline said. (Getty Images)
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A Russian NTV channel screen grab shows the scene of Aeroflot-Nord Boeing 737 crash in Perm. Twenty-one foreign nationals, from countries including France, Germany and the United States, died when a Boeing-737 jet crashed near Russia's city of Perm in the central Ural mountains killing all 88 people on board. (Getty Images)
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Pieces of the crashed Aeroflot-Nord Boeing 737 lay on the ground at the site of its accident in Perm. The cause of the accident was not immediately clear, although reports suggested that an engine failure could have sparked flames on board and led to the crash. (Getty Images)
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More crash site debris which was strewn over an area of 10,000 square metres and blocked the world's longest Trans-Siberian railway linking Moscow with Vladivostok. (Getty Images)
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A policeman inspects the scene of Aeroflot-Nord Boeing 737 crash in Perm. (Getty Images)
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Investigators inspect the scene of Aeroflot-Nord Boeing 737 crash. (Getty Images)
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Investigators inspect the scene of Aeroflot-Nord Boeing 737 crash. (Getty Images)
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Policemen and soldiers take part on the investigation as they guard the crash site. (Getty Images)
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Workers remove the crushed pieces of Aeroflot-Nord Boeing 737 scattered down the railway. (Getty Images)
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