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OSWOver Seas Worker (Philippines)
OSWOffice of the Status of Women (various locations)
OSWOffshore Wind (renewable energy source)
OSWOld School Wrestling
OSWOffice of Solid Waste
OSWOrsk (Russia)
OSWOperation Southern Watch (JTF-SWA)
OSWOffice of Surface Water (USGS)
OSWOff the Streets and Into Work
OSWOn-Site Wastewater (various locations)
OSWOfficial Scrabble Words
OSWOregon Stage Works (theater)
OSWOld Swedish (linguistics)
OSWOsijek Wireless (Croatia)
OSWOne Season Wonder
OSWOffice of Secretary of War (US DoD)
OSWOperations Support Wing
OSWOrient Script Worldwide (UK)
OSWOutbound Signaling Word
OSWOtaku Sailor Wars (game)
OSWOpen Surface Wound
OSWOver-Size Waveguide
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Elena Zaporozhskaya, Orsk social policy chief, said, "Children need to be able to say "no" when something is risky for their life and health.
Elena Zaporozhskaya, Orsk social policy chief, said: "Children need to be able to say 'no' when something is risky for their life and health.
Most victims were from Orsk, where authorities declared an official day of mourning on Monday.
The Saratov Airlines An-148 jet went down near Moscow after taking off from Domodedovo Airport for Orsk, 1000 miles southeast of Russia's capital.
The Saratov Airlines flight disappeared from radar just minutes after departure for the city of Orsk, some 1,000 miles to the southeast.
Temperatures were around minus-5 degrees Celsius with periodic snowfall when the short-haul, twin-engine Antonov AN-148 operated by Saratov Airlines took off for the city of Orsk in Orenburg region, 1,500 kilometers southeast of Moscow.
The Antonov was operated by domestic Saratov Airlines and was flying to Orsk, a city in the Urals.
The Antonov An-148 was flying to Orsk, a city in the Urals, and crashed in the Ramensky district outside Moscow, news agency AFP reported.
The Saratov Airlines An-148 regional jet was en route to the city of Orsk when it went missing.
The plane, which was en route to the city of Orsk, had disappeared from radar screens a few minutes after departing Domodedovo airport before authorities announced they found some of its wreckage in Moscow's outskirts, the agency added.
Saratov Airlines flight #6W703, heading from Domodedovo Airport to Orsk, a city 1,000 miles southeast of Moscow.
The An-148 regional jet disappeared from radar screens a few minutes after departing from Domodedovo Airport en route to the city of Orsk, some 1,500 kilometers (1,000 miles) southeast of Moscow, AP reported.