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Charlie Hebdo publishes caricature of Tu-154 crash
12:43, 29 December 2016
Charlie Hebdo publishes caricature of Tu-154 crash

The caricature depicts the incident of the falling plane with a singing artist

12:43, 29 December 2016

French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo published a caricature on its website dedicated to the crash of the Russian Tu-154.

The caricature depicts the falling aircraft. The actor inside of the plane is singing sound "a". Figure is accompanied by the inscription: "The repertoire of the choirs of the Red Army is expanding."

Related: Tu-154 crash: Russian Defense Ministry analyzes one of flight data recorders

As we reported earlier, 84 passengers and 8 crew members died as Russia’s Tu-154 crashed over the Black Sea on December 25, at about 5 a.m. Kyiv time, which was on its way from Russia to Syrian airport of Latakia. 154 fragments of aircraft, 11 dead bodies – that’s what Russian rescue teams found so far on the crash site.

Related: Tu-154 flight recorder found, - source

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