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Pożar dwóch statków w Cieśninie Kerczeńskiej (23)

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5758107 22.01.2019 In this handout video grab released by Russian Emergency Situations Ministry, Russian Emergency Situations ship extinguishes a fire on two Tanzania-flagged vessels "Kandy" and "Maestro" in the Kerch Strait, Crimea, Russia. A total of 31 crew members from India and Turkey were on board the ships at the time of the incident. Editorial use only, no archive, no commercial use. Russian Emergency Situations Ministry
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5758109 22.01.2019 In this handout video grab released by Russian Emergency Situations Ministry, Russian Emergency Situations ship extinguishes a fire on two Tanzania-flagged vessels "Kandy" and "Maestro" in the Kerch Strait, Crimea, Russia. A total of 31 crew members from India and Turkey were on board the ships at the time of the incident. Editorial use only, no archive, no commercial use. Russian Emergency Situations Ministry
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5758110 22.01.2019 In this handout video grab released by Russian Emergency Situations Ministry, Russian Emergency Situations ship extinguishes a fire on two Tanzania-flagged vessels "Kandy" and "Maestro" in the Kerch Strait, Crimea, Russia. A total of 31 crew members from India and Turkey were on board the ships at the time of the incident. Editorial use only, no archive, no commercial use. Russian Emergency Situations Ministry
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5758111 22.01.2019 In this handout video grab released by Russian Emergency Situations Ministry, Russian Emergency Situations ship extinguishes a fire on two Tanzania-flagged vessels "Kandy" and "Maestro" in the Kerch Strait, Crimea, Russia. A total of 31 crew members from India and Turkey were on board the ships at the time of the incident. Editorial use only, no archive, no commercial use. Russian Emergency Situations Ministry
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5758106 22.01.2019 In this handout video grab released by Russian Emergency Situations Ministry, Russian Emergency Situations ship extinguishes a fire on two Tanzania-flagged vessels "Kandy" and "Maestro" in the Kerch Strait, Crimea, Russia. A total of 31 crew members from India and Turkey were on board the ships at the time of the incident. Kerch FM
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5758267 22.01.2019 In this handout photo released by Investigaive committee of the Russian Federation, Russian Emergency Situations ship extinguishes a fire on two Tanzania-flagged vessels "Kandy" and "Maestro" in the Kerch Strait, Crimea, Russia. A total of 31 crew members from India and Turkey were on board the ships at the time of the incident. Editorial use only, no archive, no commercial use. Investigaive committee of the Russian Federation
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5758268 22.01.2019 In this handout photo released by Investigaive committee of the Russian Federation, Russian Emergency Situations ship extinguishes a fire on two Tanzania-flagged vessels "Kandy" and "Maestro" in the Kerch Strait, Crimea, Russia. A total of 31 crew members from India and Turkey were on board the ships at the time of the incident. Editorial use only, no archive, no commercial use. Investigaive committee of the Russian Federation
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5758269 22.01.2019 In this handout photo released by Investigaive committee of the Russian Federation, Russian Emergency Situations ship extinguishes a fire on two Tanzania-flagged vessels "Kandy" and "Maestro" in the Kerch Strait, Crimea, Russia. A total of 31 crew members from India and Turkey were on board the ships at the time of the incident. Editorial use only, no archive, no commercial use. Investigaive committee of the Russian Federation
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5758270 22.01.2019 In this handout photo released by Investigaive committee of the Russian Federation, Russian Emergency Situations ship extinguishes a fire on two Tanzania-flagged vessels "Kandy" and "Maestro" in the Kerch Strait, Crimea, Russia. A total of 31 crew members from India and Turkey were on board the ships at the time of the incident. Editorial use only, no archive, no commercial use. Investigaive committee of the Russian Federation
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5758564 22.01.2019 Consul General of Turkey in Novorossiysk Yunus Emre Oziggi waits for a ship that is due to deliver sailors rescued from the ships "Candy" and "Maestro" in the Black Sea port of Kerch, Crimea, Russia. The fire at two Tanzania-flagged ships broke out during the transfer of the liquefied natural gas from one vessel to another in the Kerch Strait. A total of 31 crew members from India and Turkey were on board the ships at the time of the incident. Alexey Malgavko / Sputnik
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5758569 22.01.2019 A mediacl staff member helps a one of the rescued sailors from the ships "Candy" and "Maestro" to leave a ship that has delivered him at the Black Sea port of Kerch, Crimea, Russia. The fire at two Tanzania-flagged ships broke out during the transfer of the liquefied natural gas from one vessel to another in the Kerch Strait. A total of 31 crew members from India and Turkey were on board the ships at the time of the incident. Alexey Malgavko / Sputnik
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5758521 22.01.2019 Medical staff members talk as they wait for sailors rescued from the ships "Candy" and "Maestro" in the Black Sea port of Kerch, Crimea, Russia. The fire at two Tanzania-flagged ships broke out during the transfer of the liquefied natural gas from one vessel to another in the Kerch Strait. A total of 31 crew members from India and Turkey were on board the ships at the time of the incident. Alexey Malgavko / Sputnik
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5758543 22.01.2019 A port worker stands on a pier as he waits for a ship that is due to deliver sailors rescued from the ships "Candy" and "Maestro" in the Black Sea port of Kerch, Crimea, Russia. The fire at two Tanzania-flagged ships broke out during the transfer of the liquefied natural gas from one vessel to another in the Kerch Strait. A total of 31 crew members from India and Turkey were on board the ships at the time of the incident. Alexey Malgavko / Sputnik
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5758538 22.01.2019 Port workers moor a ship that delivered sailors rescued from the ships "Candy" and "Maestro" in the Black Sea port of Kerch, Crimea, Russia. The fire at two Tanzania-flagged ships broke out during the transfer of the liquefied natural gas from one vessel to another in the Kerch Strait. A total of 31 crew members from India and Turkey were on board the ships at the time of the incident. Alexey Malgavko / Sputnik
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5758525 22.01.2019 Ambulance car is parked in the Balck Sea port of Kerch as it waits for sailors rescued from the ships "Candy" and "Maestro", Crimea, Russia. The fire at two Tanzania-flagged ships broke out during the transfer of the liquefied natural gas from one vessel to another in the Kerch Strait. A total of 31 crew members from India and Turkey were on board the ships at the time of the incident. Alexey Malgavko / Sputnik
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5758522 22.01.2019 Mediacl staff members talk as they wait for sailors rescued from the ships "Candy" and "Maestro" in the Black Sea port of Kerch, Crimea, Russia. The fire at two Tanzania-flagged ships broke out during the transfer of the liquefied natural gas from one vessel to another in the Kerch Strait. A total of 31 crew members from India and Turkey were on board the ships at the time of the incident. Alexey Malgavko / Sputnik
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5758529 22.01.2019 Rescued sailors from the ships "Candy" and "Maestro" leave a ship in the Black Sea port of Kerch, Crimea, Russia. The fire at two Tanzania-flagged ships broke out during the transfer of the liquefied natural gas from one vessel to another in the Kerch Strait. A total of 31 crew members from India and Turkey were on board the ships at the time of the incident. Alexey Malgavko / Sputnik
EN_01358463_3289 AP
In this video grab provided by the Kerch.fm web portal, the two vessels, the Maestro and the Candiy, on fire near the Kerch Strait linking the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov, in Kerch, Crimea, Monday, Jan. 21, 2019. Two Tanzanian-flagged commercial vessels caught fire in the Black Sea, leaving at least 10 sailors dead, Russian officials said, and seven sailors are reported still missing. (Kerch.fm via AP)
VIDEO GRAB - AP PROVIDES ACCESS TO THIS PUBLICLY DISTRIBUTED HANDOUT PHOTO PROVIDED BY KERCH.FM WEB PORTAL ; MANDATORY CREDIT; USE ONLY WITH THE "KERCH.FM" LOGO
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5757522 21.01.2019 Two Tanzania-flagged vessels burn in Kerch Strait, Crimea, Russia. A total of 31 crew members from India and Turkey were on board the ships at the time of the incident. Kerch FM
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5757524 21.01.2019 Two Tanzania-flagged vessels burn in Kerch Strait, Crimea, Russia. A total of 31 crew members from India and Turkey were on board the ships at the time of the incident. Kerch FM
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5757526 21.01.2019 Two Tanzania-flagged vessels burn in Kerch Strait, Crimea, Russia. A total of 31 crew members from India and Turkey were on board the ships at the time of the incident. Kerch FM
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5757520 21.01.2019 Two Tanzania-flagged vessels burn in Kerch Strait, Crimea, Russia. A total of 31 crew members from India and Turkey were on board the ships at the time of the incident. Kerch FM
EN_01358462_0340 XIN
(190121) -- KERCH STRAIT, Jan. 21, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Jan. 21, 2019 shows a burning ship in the Kerch Strait. Two ships caught fire after a possible explosion while moving through the Kerch Strait, killing one sailor on board, Russia's Federal Agency of Maritime and River Transport (Rosmorrechflot) said Monday. (Xinhua/Sputnik)
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