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Russian embassy confirms death of 4 citizens at Albanian hotel sauna

Russian embassy confirms death of 4 citizens at Albanian hotel sauna

Tirana, Oct 17 (UNI/Sputnik) The Russian embassy in Albania confirmed on Sunday the death of four nationals in a freak incident at a hotel sauna in an Albanian resort.
"The Russian embassy in Albania confirms the death of four Russian nationals at a hotel near the city of Kavaje," the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
The four Russian tourists, aged 31 to 60, were found asphyxiated in a sauna on Friday.

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