Reuters - Russia’s emergencies minister accused local officials on Monday of not doing enough to prevent 171 deaths in weekend floods that raised new doubts about the country’s readiness for natural disasters under President Vladimir Putin. Putin declared a day of national mourning on Monday and relatives were preparing to bury their dead in Krymsk, the southern mountain town that was worst hit by floods that caught many of the victims unawares as they slept on Friday night. - Go To Story
Monday, July 09, 2012
 
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