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Explosive found in second Russian jet
Sat 28 August, 2004 13:21
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Explosives have been found in the wreckage of the second of two jets which crashed almost simultaneously this week, Russia's FSB security service says.
"Additional examination of the fragments of the Tu-134 aircraft which crashed on Tuesday...has revealed traces of hexogen," an FSB spokesman said on Saturday by telephone.
The FSB said on Friday that hexogen, more widely known as RDX, had been found in the wreckage of the other plane which crashed on Tuesday in southern Russia.