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16 Killed and Hundreds Injured in Moscow Storm

A local news agency is calling the storm one of the deadliest in more than a century.
Source: Sergey Vedyashkin / AP

Sixteen deaths and more than 200 injuries have been reported following a massive storm that hit Moscow on Monday. Eleven of the casualties occurred in the city itself, while five occurred in the surrounding suburbs. More than 100 people, including nearly two dozen children, remain the hospital. Russia’s Interfax news agency is calling the storm one of

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