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Russian military plane crashes in Black Sea, 'killing 92'

The plane disappeared from radar two minutes after taking off from Sochi at 05:25 (02:25 GMT), heading for Latakia in Syria.
●    Debris and 11 bodies have been found, with no reports of survivors.
●    The Tu-154 was carrying soldiers, reporters and 64 members of the famed Alexandrov military music ensemble who were to perform for Russian troops.
●    More than 100 divers are involved in a round-the-clock search operation at the site of the crash, Russia's defence ministry says.
●    Russia's transport minister says investigators are looking into an "entire spectrum'' of possible reasons the crash occurred, including the possibility of a terror attack.
●    Earlier, a Russian official had downplayed any suggestion of a terror attack.
●    President Vladimir Putin has said Monday will be a day of national mourning.
●    The flight had originated in Moscow and landed at Adler airport in Sochi for refuelling.

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