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The Hunt for Red October' Author Imagines How the Kursk Disaster Unfolded.
The Kursk plant is a major step forward for Agusha, as it provides a very significant expansion of our capabilities in two key categories - juice and puree," commented Gary Sobel, the head of Wimm-Bill-Dann's Baby Food business unit.
What we always knew from the beginning was that we didn't want to set it on board the Kursk itself because that would put it on a very documentary level and would be quite distasteful and perhaps disrespectful to the poor people who died," says the actor, whose brother, Mark Espiner, directed the play.
Just as powerful is the simplicity of the final moments when, in pitch darkness, we listen to dripping water, panicked breathing and Russian voices as the Kursk crew await their doom.
It was nine hours before he eventually launched a search for the Kursk, and it was another 31 hours before it was found.
The commission probing the disaster said claims by Russian naval commanders that a NATO sub hit the Kursk were untrue.
Putin backed away from the allegation that the Kursk sank after colliding with a US submarine, saying: "It should be admitted that, despite a large amount of work done, no objective evidence proving this theory has been received".
The Russian government has been keen to express its gratitude at the part the British diving team played in raising the Kursk, which sank in the Barents Sea in August last year with the loss of all 118 people on board.
The Kursk went down in the Barents Sea in August last year with the loss of all 118 officers and crew.
Vice Admiral Mikhail Motsak, the Russian naval commander overseeing the operation, said the Kursk should arrive in Roslyakovo harbour, near Murmansk, tomorrow, provided the weather stays calm and allows the salvage team to take the shortest route possible.
THE 118 men who died on board the Russian nuclear submarine Kursk have been remembered by British divers who helped raise the vessel from the seabed.
A spokeswoman for the firm said: "The divers had a great feeling of respect and remorse for the lost crew of the Kursk.