Difference between revisions of "Artyom Borovik"

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Borovik died in an [[aircraft crash]] at Sheremetyevo International Airport on 9 March 2000.
 
Borovik died in an [[aircraft crash]] at Sheremetyevo International Airport on 9 March 2000.
 
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==References==
 
==References==
 
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Latest revision as of 15:16, 13 July 2019

Person.png Artyom Borovik  Rdf-icon.png
(journalist, media mogul, Russian apartment bombings/Premature death)
Artyom Borovik.jpg
BornArtyom Genrikhovich Borovik
1960-09-13
Died2000-03-09 (Age 39)
Sheremetyevo International Airport, Russia
Cause of death
Plane crash
Victim ofPremature death
InterestsRussian apartment bombings
A Russian journalist who was interested in the Russian apartment bombings.

Artyom Borovik was a Russian journalist who was interested in the Russian apartment bombings.[citation needed]

Death

Borovik died in an aircraft crash at Sheremetyevo International Airport on 9 March 2000.

13 September 1960|9 March 2000|


References