A rocket engine exploded at a Russian military base, killing 2 people and injuring 4 others
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- Two people are dead and four others are injured after a rocket engine exploded at a military base in Arkhangelsk, northern Russia, state media said.
- The engine exploded while specialists were testing the engine's "liquid propulsion system," the ministry said, according to the Tass news agency.
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Russia's defense ministry also stressed that there were "no emissions of harmful substances into the atmosphere, the radiation background is normal," Tass reported.More follows.