Washington residents laying flowers at Russian Embassy

Several bouquets of roses and carnations along with candles were left to commemorate the victims of the Tu-154 plane crash over the Black Sea by sympathetic locals at the fence of the Russian Embassy on Wisconsin Avenue, Sputnik reports.

Several bouquets of roses and carnations along with candles were left by sympathetic locals at the fence of the Russian Embassy on Wisconsin Avenue. Two bouquet were brought by students and the faculty of the BAU International University in Washington.

 

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