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Soviet Polar Rescue

May 20, 1987|Associated Press

MOSCOW — A Soviet icebreaker has begun evacuating personnel from a research station that was adrift near the North Pole, the official media reported. The atomic-powered icebreaker Sibir traveled more than 1,700 miles to reach Station North Pole-27, the government newspaper Izvestia and the Tass news agency announced.

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