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Crew members of the nuclear submarine Kursk, one of Russia's largest and most advanced submarines, stand on the ship deck during the naval parade in Severomorsk in this July 30, 2000  photo. Kursk Captain Gennady Lyachin stands at right. The Kursk submarine tragedy that killed 118 crew members was caused by fuel exploding in one of its torpedoes, the governmental commission investigating the accident has found, according to a news report Monday, July 1, 2002.(AP Photo/ Str)
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Crew members of the nuclear submarine Kursk, one of Russia's largest and most advanced submarines, stand on the ship deck during the naval parade in Severomorsk in this July 30, 2000 photo. Kursk Captain Gennady Lyachin stands at right. The Kursk submarine tragedy that killed 118 crew members was caused by fuel exploding in one of its torpedoes, the governmental commission investigating the accident has found, according to a news report Monday, July 1, 2002.(AP Photo/ Str)

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