Reuters: Russian helicopter missing off Norway found
The wreckage of a Russian Mi-8 helicopter missing off Svalbard, Norway, since October 26 has been located, Norway's rescue coordination center said on Sunday, October 29, according to Reuters.
The wreckage was found offshore at a depth of 209 meters, Reuters reported.
Eight Russian men – five crew and three passengers – are assumed dead and the search for them will continue.
Read alsoDutch government not obliged to disclose MH17 probe details yet – mediaThe plane went missing on October 26, 2017 with eight people aboard off the coast of the Arctic Svalbard archipelago, in the settlement of Barentsburg on Svalbard.