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September 10, 1986

The Soviet Union said that 257 bodies have been recovered from the passenger liner Admiral Nakhimov, which sank Aug. 31 in the Black Sea after colliding with a Soviet freighter. While 141 people are still missing, their names will not be added to the list of the dead until their bodies are actually found, the government said.

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