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And coming up after the news, a new documentary, Kursk – 6 years on. It takes an indepth look at the events of August 2000, when the Kursk nuclear submarine, sank to the bottom of the Barents Sea. All of the crew died in the incident which turned into a national tragedy. Bereaved families and former Russian naval personnel talk about their loss and ongoing struggle to come to terms with the disaster.