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A1999  photo shows the Russian nuclear submarine  Kursk in the Barents Sea near Severomorsk,Russia.  The Kursk, one of the biggest and newest submarines in the Russian navy,  is trapped at a depth of 354 feet, above the Arctic Circle in the Barents Sea, and rescue attempts continue Tuesday August 15, 2000.  (AP Photo)
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A1999 photo shows the Russian nuclear submarine Kursk in the Barents Sea near Severomorsk,Russia. The Kursk, one of the biggest and newest submarines in the Russian navy, is trapped at a depth of 354 feet, above the Arctic Circle in the Barents Sea, and rescue attempts continue Tuesday August 15, 2000. (AP Photo)

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