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Russian sub Tuesday, 13 July, 2004, 14:13 GMT 15:13 UK
The Kursk emerges from the Barents Sea as it the dry dock is drained 'Torpedo explosion' sank Kursk
A Russian investigator says a torpedo explosion caused the Kursk disaster, as cruise missiles are removed from the nuclear submarine.
What caused the accident?
Theories abound about the cause of the Kursk disaster - one is that the submarine both hit the ground and exploded.
Reforming Russia's military
Russia has been attempting military reform for the last 10 years - the Kursk disaster will give the effort new impetus.
Tremors of the Kursk tragedy
Rob Parsons examines the wider implications for Russian society following the Kursk tragedy and subsequent wave of anger.
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Sub tragedy
Steve Rosenberg answers your questions.

In pictures
Images from the Kursk tragedy

Day-by-day account of how the story of the Kursk emerged
Diary of a disaster


Guides to the Kursk and the rescue attempts
Inside the Kursk


A British diver who was part of the salvage effort tells his story - from his decompression chamber
A Kursk diver writes



Raising the Kursk


News in Russian
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Raising the Kursk
What will happen to Russia's nuclear submarine?
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