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The 15 sailors hail from different parts of the country but more details of them are awaited.
The Russian Investigative Committee said that the man told the Aeroflot crew that he was armed and demanded the diversion of the plane after it had taken off from the Siberian city of Surgut.
Severe weather conditions at the Kerch Strait have prevented rescue ships from taking victims to the shore for medical treatment, media reports said.
The deadline for the first round of applications for the scholarships, which fully take care of tuition fees and partly – living expenses, closes on 15 February 2019.
Rosatom is the main equipment supplier for the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project in Tamil Nadu.
Dortmund substitute Paco Alcacer struck the crossbar in the last minute, and the Spanish striker also had a goal ruled out for offside earlier.
Dortmund have never won at the Red Bull Arena where they have drawn and lost in two previous visits.
Both crews ejected from their aircraft, and one pilot has been located on an inflatable raft in the sea as he was flashing the emergency light.
According to Facebook, accounts representing themselves as an independent news source posted on topics like anti-NATO sentiment with one network found to be linked with news site Sputnik.
She set tongues wagging by promising to reveal "missing puzzle pieces" regarding claims the Kremlin aided Trump's 2016 presidential election victory.
Lavrov met this week with his Japanese counterpart Taro Kono and demanded that Tokyo recognise Moscow's sovereignty over the Kuril islands for talks regarding the peace treaty to continue.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has threatened to develop nuclear missiles banned under the INF treaty if it is scrapped.
Bill Barr, who was Trump's nominee for US attorney general was under pressure to ensure that Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation is not interfered by the US president.
No evidence has emerged publicly that Trump was secretly in contact with or took direction from Russian government officials, The New York Times said.
Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said "that Moscow does not intend to interfere with elections in any country in the world.