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Buses carry bodies of the 14 crew members who died in a fire on a Russian navy's deep-sea research submersible, drive to the Serafimovskoye memorial cemetery during a funeral ceremony in St. Petersburg, Russia, Saturday, July 6, 2019. Russian President Vladimir Putin has awarded the nation's highest honors to 14 seamen who died in a fire on one of the navy's research submersibles. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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Buses carrying bodies of the 14 crew members who died in a fire on a Russian navy's deep-sea research submersible, drive to the Serafimovskoye memorial cemetery during a funeral ceremony in St. Petersburg, Russia, Saturday, July 6, 2019. Russian President Vladimir Putin has awarded the nation's highest honors to 14 seamen who died in a fire on one of the navy's research submersibles. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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People carry wreaths next to buses with bodies of the 14 crew members who died in a fire on a Russian navy's deep-sea research submersible, waiting to drive to the Serafimovskoye memorial cemetery during a funeral ceremony in St. Petersburg, Russia, Saturday, July 6, 2019. Russian President Vladimir Putin has awarded the nation's highest honors to 14 seamen who died in a fire on one of the navy's research submersibles. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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Buses carrying bodies of the 14 crew members who died in a fire on a Russian navy's deep-sea research submersible, drive to the Serafimovskoye memorial cemetery during a funeral ceremony in St. Petersburg, Russia, Saturday, July 6, 2019. Russian President Vladimir Putin has awarded the nation's highest honors to 14 seamen who died in a fire on one of the navy's research submersibles. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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A woman carries a wreath as buses with bodies of the 14 crew members who died in a fire on a Russian navy's deep-sea research submersible, drive to the Serafimovskoye memorial cemetery during a funeral ceremony in St. Petersburg, Russia, Saturday, July 6, 2019. Russian President Vladimir Putin has awarded the nation's highest honors to 14 seamen who died in a fire on one of the navy's research submersibles. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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Buses with bodies of the 14 crew members who died in a fire on a Russian navy's deep-sea research submersible wait to drive to the Serafimovskoye memorial cemetery, during a funeral ceremony in St. Petersburg, Russia, Saturday, July 6, 2019. Russian President Vladimir Putin has awarded the nation's highest honors to 14 seamen who died in a fire on one of the navy's research submersibles. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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A woman touches a photo of Captain 1st rank Vladimir Abankin, one of the 14 crew members who died in a fire on a Russian navy's deep-sea research submersible, at the Serafimovskoye memorial cemetery during a funeral ceremony in St. Petersburg, Russia, Saturday, July 6, 2019. Russian President Vladimir Putin has awarded the nation's highest honors to 14 seamen who died in a fire on one of the navy's research submersibles. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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A man lays flowers at a grave of Captain 2nd rank Alexander Avdonin, one of the 14 crew members who died in a fire on a Russian navy's deep-sea research submersible, at the Serafimovskoye memorial cemetery during a funeral ceremony in St. Petersburg, Russia, Saturday, July 6, 2019. Russian President Vladimir Putin has awarded the nation's highest honors to 14 seamen who died in a fire on one of the navy's research submersibles. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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Women lay flowers at the grave of Captain 3rd rank Vladimir Sukhinichev, one of the 14 crew members who died in a fire on a Russian navy's deep-sea research submersible, at the Serafimovskoye memorial cemetery during a funeral ceremony in St. Petersburg, Russia, Saturday, July 6, 2019. Russian President Vladimir Putin has awarded the nation's highest honors to 14 seamen who died in a fire on one of the navy's research submersibles. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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A man puts a candle at the grave of Captain 3rd rank Vladimir Sukhinichev, one of the 14 crew members who died in a fire on a Russian navy's deep-sea research submersible, at the Serafimovskoye memorial cemetery during a funeral ceremony in St. Petersburg, Russia, Saturday, July 6, 2019. Russian President Vladimir Putin has awarded the nation's highest honors to 14 seamen who died in a fire on one of the navy's research submersibles. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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People lay flowers at the graves of the 14 crew members who died in a fire on a Russian navy's deep-sea research submersible, at the Serafimovskoye memorial cemetery during a funeral ceremony in St. Petersburg, Russia, Saturday, July 6, 2019. Russian President Vladimir Putin has awarded the nation's highest honors to 14 seamen who died in a fire on one of the navy's research submersibles. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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Two women mourn at the grave of one of the 14 crew members who died in a fire on a Russian navy's deep-sea research submersible, at the Serafimovskoye memorial cemetery during a funeral ceremony in St. Petersburg, Russia, Saturday, July 6, 2019. Russian President Vladimir Putin has awarded the nation's highest honors to 14 seamen who died in a fire on one of the navy's research submersibles. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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A Russian navy officer pays his last respect at the grave of Captain 3rd rank Vladimir Sukhinichev, one of the 14 crew members who died in a fire on a Russian navy's deep-sea research submersible, at the Serafimovskoye memorial cemetery during a funeral ceremony in St. Petersburg, Russia, Saturday, July 6, 2019. Russian President Vladimir Putin has awarded the nation's highest honors to 14 seamen who died in a fire on one of the navy's research submersibles. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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A Russian navy officer lights a candle as he pays his last respect at the grave of Captain 3rd rank Vladimir Sukhinichev, one of the 14 crew members who died in a fire on a Russian navy's deep-sea research submersible, at the Serafimovskoye memorial cemetery during a funeral ceremony in St. Petersburg, Russia, Saturday, July 6, 2019. Russian President Vladimir Putin has awarded the nation's highest honors to 14 seamen who died in a fire on one of the navy's research submersibles. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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A boy reacts at the grave of Captain 3rd rank Vladimir Sukhinichev, one of the 14 crew members who died in a fire on a Russian navy's deep-sea research submersible, at the Serafimovskoye memorial cemetery during a funeral ceremony in St. Petersburg, Russia, Saturday, July 6, 2019. Russian President Vladimir Putin has awarded the nation's highest honors to 14 seamen who died in a fire on one of the navy's research submersibles. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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People lay flowers at the graves of the 14 crew members who died in a fire on a Russian navy's deep-sea research submersible, next to the graves of crew members of Kursk submarine, right, at the Serafimovskoye memorial cemetery during a funeral ceremony in St. Petersburg, Russia, Saturday, July 6, 2019. Russian President Vladimir Putin has awarded the nation's highest honors to 14 seamen who died in a fire on one of the navy's research submersibles. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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People lay flowers at the graves of the 14 crew members who died in a fire on a Russian navy's deep-sea research submersible, next to the graves of crew members of Kursk submarine, right, at the Serafimovskoye memorial cemetery during a funeral ceremony in St. Petersburg, Russia, Saturday, July 6, 2019. Russian President Vladimir Putin has awarded the nation's highest honors to 14 seamen who died in a fire on one of the navy's research submersibles. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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Navy sailors carry wreaths prior to a funeral in Saint Petersburg on July 6, 2019, three days after a fire that killed 14 officers on what was reportedly a nuclear-powered mini-submarine. - The fire on a Russian submersible that killed 14 navy officers this week started in the vessel's battery compartment and did not impact its nuclear reactor. According to Russian medias, the submarine is a Russian AS-31, a nuclear-powered deep-water submarine that is part of the "Losharik" project, the unofficial name for a project run by the top-secret Main Directorate of Deep Sea Research (GUGI). (Photo by OLGA MALTSEVA / AFP)
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A woman mourns after a funeral ceremony at a cemetery in Saint Petersburg on July 6, 2019, three days after a fire that killed 14 officers on what was reportedly a nuclear-powered mini-submarine. - The fire on a Russian submersible that killed 14 navy officers this week started in the vessel's battery compartment and did not impact its nuclear reactor. According to Russian medias, the submarine is a Russian AS-31, a nuclear-powered deep-water submarine that is part of the "Losharik" project, the unofficial name for a project run by the top-secret Main Directorate of Deep Sea Research (GUGI). (Photo by OLGA MALTSEVA / AFP)
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A woman mourns after a funeral ceremony at a cemetery in Saint Petersburg on July 6, 2019, three days after a fire that killed 14 officers on what was reportedly a nuclear-powered mini-submarine. - The fire on a Russian submersible that killed 14 navy officers this week started in the vessel's battery compartment and did not impact its nuclear reactor. According to Russian medias, the submarine is a Russian AS-31, a nuclear-powered deep-water submarine that is part of the "Losharik" project, the unofficial name for a project run by the top-secret Main Directorate of Deep Sea Research (GUGI). (Photo by OLGA MALTSEVA / AFP)
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A woman mourns after a funeral ceremony at a cemetery in Saint Petersburg on July 6, 2019, three days after a fire that killed 14 officers on what was reportedly a nuclear-powered mini-submarine. - The fire on a Russian submersible that killed 14 navy officers this week started in the vessel's battery compartment and did not impact its nuclear reactor. According to Russian medias, the submarine is a Russian AS-31, a nuclear-powered deep-water submarine that is part of the "Losharik" project, the unofficial name for a project run by the top-secret Main Directorate of Deep Sea Research (GUGI). (Photo by OLGA MALTSEVA / AFP)
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A woman mourns after a funeral ceremony at a cemetery in Saint Petersburg on July 6, 2019, three days after a fire that killed 14 officers on what was reportedly a nuclear-powered mini-submarine. - The fire on a Russian submersible that killed 14 navy officers this week started in the vessel's battery compartment and did not impact its nuclear reactor. According to Russian medias, the submarine is a Russian AS-31, a nuclear-powered deep-water submarine that is part of the "Losharik" project, the unofficial name for a project run by the top-secret Main Directorate of Deep Sea Research (GUGI). (Photo by OLGA MALTSEVA / AFP)
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A navy officer mourns after a funeral ceremony at a cemetery in Saint Petersburg on July 6, 2019, three days after a fire that killed 14 officers on what was reportedly a nuclear-powered mini-submarine. - The fire on a Russian submersible that killed 14 navy officers this week started in the vessel's battery compartment and did not impact its nuclear reactor. According to Russian medias, the submarine is a Russian AS-31, a nuclear-powered deep-water submarine that is part of the "Losharik" project, the unofficial name for a project run by the top-secret Main Directorate of Deep Sea Research (GUGI). (Photo by OLGA MALTSEVA / AFP)
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A navy officer mourns after a funeral ceremony at a cemetery in Saint Petersburg on July 6, 2019, three days after a fire that killed 14 officers on what was reportedly a nuclear-powered mini-submarine. - The fire on a Russian submersible that killed 14 navy officers this week started in the vessel's battery compartment and did not impact its nuclear reactor. According to Russian medias, the submarine is a Russian AS-31, a nuclear-powered deep-water submarine that is part of the "Losharik" project, the unofficial name for a project run by the top-secret Main Directorate of Deep Sea Research (GUGI). (Photo by OLGA MALTSEVA / AFP)
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People mourn after a funeral ceremony at a cemetery in Saint Petersburg on July 6, 2019, three days after a fire that killed 14 officers on what was reportedly a nuclear-powered mini-submarine. - The fire on a Russian submersible that killed 14 navy officers this week started in the vessel's battery compartment and did not impact its nuclear reactor. According to Russian medias, the submarine is a Russian AS-31, a nuclear-powered deep-water submarine that is part of the "Losharik" project, the unofficial name for a project run by the top-secret Main Directorate of Deep Sea Research (GUGI). (Photo by OLGA MALTSEVA / AFP)
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In this photo taken on July 3, 2019, and distributed by Russian Defense Ministry Press Service, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, center, speaks at the navy's Arctic base of Severomorsk, Russia . Some crew members have survived a fire that killed 14 sailors onboard one of the Russian navy's deep-sea research submersibles, the nation's defense minister said Wednesday. Shoigu didn't specify how many crew members were rescued from Monday's fire, he just praised the vessel's crew for "heroic" action, saying they sacrificed their lives to rescue a civilian expert and save the ship after the fire erupted. (Vadim Savitsky, Russian Defense Ministry Press Service via AP)
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In this photo taken on July 3, 2019, and distributed by Russian Defense Ministry Press Service, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, center, during a minute of silence to commemorate the victims of the Russian navy's deep-sea research submersibles at the navy's Arctic base of Severomorsk, Russia . Some crew members have survived a fire that killed 14 sailors onboard one of the Russian navy's deep-sea research submersibles, the nation's defense minister said Wednesday. Shoigu didn't specify how many crew members were rescued from Monday's fire, he just praised the vessel's crew for "heroic" action, saying they sacrificed their lives to rescue a civilian expert and save the ship after the fire erupted. (Vadim Savitsky, Russian Defense Ministry Press Service via AP)
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In this photo taken on July 3, 2019, and distributed by Russian Defense Ministry Press Service, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, center, speaks to hight rang officers at the navy's Arctic base of Severomorsk, Russia . Some crew members have survived a fire that killed 14 sailors onboard one of the Russian navy's deep-sea research submersibles, the nation's defense minister said Wednesday. Shoigu didn't specify how many crew members were rescued from Monday's fire, he just praised the vessel's crew for "heroic" action, saying they sacrificed their lives to rescue a civilian expert and save the ship after the fire erupted. (Vadim Savitsky, Russian Defense Ministry Press Service via AP)
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In this photo taken on July 3, 2019, and distributed by Russian Defense Ministry Press Service, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, speaks to high ranking officers at the navy's Arctic base of Severomorsk, Russia. Some crew members have survived a fire that killed 14 sailors onboard one of the Russian navy's deep-sea research submersibles, the nation's defense minister said Wednesday July 3, 2019. Shoigu didn't specify how many crew members were rescued from Monday's fire, he just praised the vessel's crew for "heroic" action, saying they sacrificed their lives to rescue a civilian expert and save the ship after the fire erupted. (Vadim Savitsky, Russian Defense Ministry Press Service via AP)
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TOPSHOT - President Vladimir Putin (L) meets with Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu in Moscow on July 2, 2019. - Fourteen Russian seamen have died in a fire on a deep-water research submersible, Russia's defence ministry said on July 2, 2019, the latest in a string of disasters and accidents to hit the country's navy. "It is a big loss for the navy, and for the army as a whole," Putin told Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu in a televised meeting. (Photo by Alexey DRUZHININ / SPUTNIK / AFP)
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A picture taken on July 2, 2019, shows an unidentified submarine in the city of Severomorsk, in Russia. - Fourteen Russian seamen have died in a fire on a deep-water research submersible, Russia's defence ministry said on July 2, 2019. (Photo by Kseniya GAPONKO / AFP)