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Pictures of those who died in the Russian plane crash revealed

Flower tributes were laid out in Moscow in front of portraits of the victims

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A Russian military plane carrying 92 people, including dozens of Red Army Choir singers, dancers and orchestra members, crashed into the Black Sea on its way to Syria on Sunday, killing everyone on board.

At least 60 were members of the Alexandrov Ensemble, better known internationally as the Red Army Choir, and were being flown out to Russia's Hmeymim air base in Syria to entertain troops in the run-up to the New Year.

Nine Russian reporters were also on board as well as military servicemen.

Flower tributes were laid out in Moscow in front of portraits of the victims as the country mourned their loss on Christmas day.

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