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Russian cargo ship bound for International Space Station crashes

Belfast Telegraph Thursday, 1 December 2016
Russian cargo ship bound for International Space Station crashesAn unmanned cargo space ship that blasted off to the International Space Station has crashed due to an unspecified malfunction, Russia's space agency has said.
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