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No Signs of Life Aboard Sunken Russian Submarine

Aired August 16, 2000 - 7:13 a.m. ET

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LEON HARRIS, CNN ANCHOR: We have another update for you on that story that we've been following there from the Barents Sea, the fate of those 116 Russian submariners locked in the Kursk submarine on the bottom of that sea. The latest word that we're getting now from a Russian news agency is that it's being reported that there are no signs of life on board the Kursk at this particular time.

Of course, we will stay on top of this story and bring you developments as our folks out there are working on this story right now.

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