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No Signs of Life on Sunken Russian Sub; Britain to Assist in Rescue

Aired August 16, 2000 - 8:30 a.m. ET

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LEON HARRIS, CNN ANCHOR: Attempts to rescue the crew of a stranded Russian submarine remain unsuccessful. British officials, though, are now saying the Russians have asked them for help in the rescue operation. The Russian Navy says oxygen is running low, but they insist that some of the crew are still alive. Yet the nation's deputy prime minister this morning said there are no signs of life coming from the sub.

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