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Russian plane with 92 aboard crashes into Black Sea


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I don't care what nation this aircraft is from I just hope for the best and pray for those affected. Any aviation accident is usually catastrophic.

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What a sad day. especially today of all days.

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Rest in Peace.

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If the information is true then it is unfortunate, but when it involves Russia, I always wonder whether it is some type of plot. Are the top Russian brass trying to "drain the swamp", or are they trying to make these people disappear for a secret mission? Is it even possible that it is a devious plan for Russia to justify going all in to Syria like Bush justified attacking Irag?

With Russia's track record the last couple of years, it is hard to tell!

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or are they trying to make these people disappear for a secret mission?

This Russian conspiracy stuff is getting a little out of hand.

Wanna hear a plausible scenario?

The CIA and their Saudi friends gave the rebels some man-fired anti-air rockets.

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Or maybe a mechanical accident. Aeroflot stopped flying TU-154s seven years ago.

AP: The Tu-154 is a Soviet-built three-engine airliner designed in the late 1960s. .... The plane that crashed was built in 1983. ...

... The retirement of the last Tupolev Tu-154 occurred on 14 January 2010, after 40 years of service; the last flight the type operated was Yekaterinburg–Moscow, taking place on 31 December 2009. ...

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