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An Aeroflot Sukhoi Superjet 100 passenger plane after it made an emergency landing at Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport, Russia, on Sunday.

A Russian flight attendant died after trying to open an emergency exit on the burning Aeroflot jet where 41 people were killed, state media reports

Forty-one people, including two children, died after a Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft made an emergency landing at Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport.

41 people dead after an Aeroflot plane burst into flames during an emergency landing at a major Moscow airport

Forty-one people were killed Sunday evening when an Aeroflot plane carrying 78 people made an emergency landing at a Russian airport.
The inside of the Lincoln Tunnel in New York City.

The 6 worst tunnels in the world have leaking walls and slippery roads — take a look

Most of the world's tunnels are considered safe for drivers, but a few are still falling apart.

7 things you should do if you have 24 hours in Moscow

Many of Moscow's main attractions, including Red Square, Saint Basil's Cathedral, and the GUM store, are within walking distance of each other.
TV image of President Richard M. Nixon announcing his resignation in speech from the Oval Office.

‘It’s history repeating itself’: Experts say the Trump-Cohen situation is reminiscent of Nixon era

"The first article of impeachment against Nixon was just this: obstruction by directing others to lie. This is not hysteria ... It's history."
Buenos Aires, Argentina, is affordable and extremely popular among travelers.

12 cheap capital cities everyone wants to visit

The most affordable capitals, cross-referenced with the most popular travel destinations of 2018, gives us a list of budget-friendly capital cities.

Here’s a look at the infamous Russian prison where US citizen Paul Whelan is being held on espionage charges

Lefortovo is one of the oldest and most infamous detention facilities in the Russian capital.

10 lesser-known holiday spots Singaporeans are headed to in 2019

Sick of visiting Tokyo, Bangkok and KL?

Russia celebrated the ‘first defeat of the German army’ in World War II on Wednesday — here’s what it looked like

The November 7 parade started to mark the October Revolution that swept the Soviets into power. Now it focuses on celebrating the defeat of the Nazis.

One of Vladimir Putin’s most prominent critics was released from jail, arrested on his way out, and sentenced to another 20 days in detention

One of Russian President Vladimir Putin's most outspoken critics, Alexei Navalny, was released from jail only to be re-arrested on his way out. Navalny, had been detained for organizing an unauthorized rally. He was locked up again for damages done to a police car during one of those events.