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Russia Declares Day of Mourning After Plane Crash

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Russia held a national day of mourning Monday to honor the 92 people who died Sunday when the military plane they were on crashed into the Black Sea on its way from Sochi to a Russian military base in Syria.

There were no survivors when the 33-year-old Tu-154 aircraft fell from the sky. The cause of the crash is not yet known, but Russian officials said it was not likely the result of terrorism.

Among the victims were 68 members of the Alexandrov Ensemble, a military choir, orchestra...

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