Two women play in the snow in an air temperature of about minus 30 degrees Celcius in Krasnoyarsk. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin
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Ten soldiers and civilian staff at a Russian military munitions depot burnt to death while fleeing a fire that sparked a series of explosions, the defence ministry said Wednesday."At dawn, as engineers examined the grounds of the military base, a truck was found within the arsenal with 10 people who had died inside," the head of the ministry's press service, Major General Igor Konashenkov, told the Interfax news agency.He named the dead as the army officer in charge of the depot, a drafted soldier and eight civilian staff.
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