Выжившие после крушения "Булгарии" встречали родных со слезами

11 Июля 2011, 12:25

Теплоход затонул в воскресенье днем на Волге. Погибли около ста человек, еще 80 удалось спасти. Фото AFP

RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a relative greeting in Kazan late on July 10 a survivor of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a diver lifting on July 11 a victim of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows survivors of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river arriving late on July 10 in the river port of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows survivors of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river arriving late on July 10 in the river port of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , Relatives arrive at a camp set up by Russia's Emergencies Ministry for victims of a ferry sinking near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , A woman arrives at a camp set up by Russia's Emergencies Ministry for victims of a ferry sinking near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , Rescuers from Russia?s Emergencies Ministry prepare to start work on the Volga River near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 10, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows the site where a Soviet-era cruise ship, carrying more than 180 people sank in a heavy storm on Russia's Volga River near the village of Syukeyevo, about 80 kms south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, located 800 km east of Moscow. At least one person died and 97 were missing on July 10 after the Bulgaria ship sank. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY
RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a relative greeting in Kazan late on July 10 a survivor of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a diver lifting on July 11 a victim of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows survivors of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river arriving late on July 10 in the river port of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows survivors of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river arriving late on July 10 in the river port of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , Relatives arrive at a camp set up by Russia's Emergencies Ministry for victims of a ferry sinking near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , A woman arrives at a camp set up by Russia's Emergencies Ministry for victims of a ferry sinking near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , Rescuers from Russia?s Emergencies Ministry prepare to start work on the Volga River near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 10, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows the site where a Soviet-era cruise ship, carrying more than 180 people sank in a heavy storm on Russia's Volga River near the village of Syukeyevo, about 80 kms south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, located 800 km east of Moscow. At least one person died and 97 were missing on July 10 after the Bulgaria ship sank. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 10, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows rescuers working at the site where a Soviet-era cruise ship, carrying more than 180 people sank in a heavy storm on Russia's Volga River near the village of Syukeyevo, about 80 kms south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, located 800 km east of Moscow. At least one person died and 97 were missing on July 10 after the Bulgaria ship sank. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY
RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a relative greeting in Kazan late on July 10 a survivor of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a diver lifting on July 11 a victim of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows survivors of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river arriving late on July 10 in the river port of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows survivors of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river arriving late on July 10 in the river port of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , Relatives arrive at a camp set up by Russia's Emergencies Ministry for victims of a ferry sinking near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , A woman arrives at a camp set up by Russia's Emergencies Ministry for victims of a ferry sinking near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , Rescuers from Russia?s Emergencies Ministry prepare to start work on the Volga River near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 10, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows the site where a Soviet-era cruise ship, carrying more than 180 people sank in a heavy storm on Russia's Volga River near the village of Syukeyevo, about 80 kms south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, located 800 km east of Moscow. At least one person died and 97 were missing on July 10 after the Bulgaria ship sank. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 10, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows rescuers working at the site where a Soviet-era cruise ship, carrying more than 180 people sank in a heavy storm on Russia's Volga River near the village of Syukeyevo, about 80 kms south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, located 800 km east of Moscow. At least one person died and 97 were missing on July 10 after the Bulgaria ship sank. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY , A picture taken on September 11, 2010 shows the Bulgaria river cruiser heading along Volga River near the city of Samara. At least one person died and 88 were missing after the Bulgaria carrying more than 170 people sank in the Volga River in Russia's Tatarstan region on July 10, 2011, the Ministry of Emergency Situations said. AFP PHOTO/ MIKHAIL MOZZHUKIN
RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a relative greeting in Kazan late on July 10 a survivor of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a diver lifting on July 11 a victim of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows survivors of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river arriving late on July 10 in the river port of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows survivors of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river arriving late on July 10 in the river port of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , Relatives arrive at a camp set up by Russia's Emergencies Ministry for victims of a ferry sinking near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , A woman arrives at a camp set up by Russia's Emergencies Ministry for victims of a ferry sinking near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , Rescuers from Russia?s Emergencies Ministry prepare to start work on the Volga River near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 10, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows the site where a Soviet-era cruise ship, carrying more than 180 people sank in a heavy storm on Russia's Volga River near the village of Syukeyevo, about 80 kms south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, located 800 km east of Moscow. At least one person died and 97 were missing on July 10 after the Bulgaria ship sank. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 10, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows rescuers working at the site where a Soviet-era cruise ship, carrying more than 180 people sank in a heavy storm on Russia's Volga River near the village of Syukeyevo, about 80 kms south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, located 800 km east of Moscow. At least one person died and 97 were missing on July 10 after the Bulgaria ship sank. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY , A picture taken on September 11, 2010 shows the Bulgaria river cruiser heading along Volga River near the city of Samara. At least one person died and 88 were missing after the Bulgaria carrying more than 170 people sank in the Volga River in Russia's Tatarstan region on July 10, 2011, the Ministry of Emergency Situations said. AFP PHOTO/ MIKHAIL MOZZHUKIN , Rescuers from Russia?s Emergencies Ministry prepare to start work on the Volga River near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA
RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a relative greeting in Kazan late on July 10 a survivor of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a diver lifting on July 11 a victim of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows survivors of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river arriving late on July 10 in the river port of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows survivors of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river arriving late on July 10 in the river port of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , Relatives arrive at a camp set up by Russia's Emergencies Ministry for victims of a ferry sinking near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , A woman arrives at a camp set up by Russia's Emergencies Ministry for victims of a ferry sinking near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA
RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a relative greeting in Kazan late on July 10 a survivor of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a diver lifting on July 11 a victim of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows survivors of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river arriving late on July 10 in the river port of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows survivors of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river arriving late on July 10 in the river port of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , Relatives arrive at a camp set up by Russia's Emergencies Ministry for victims of a ferry sinking near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , A woman arrives at a camp set up by Russia's Emergencies Ministry for victims of a ferry sinking near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , Rescuers from Russia?s Emergencies Ministry prepare to start work on the Volga River near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA
RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a relative greeting in Kazan late on July 10 a survivor of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a diver lifting on July 11 a victim of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows survivors of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river arriving late on July 10 in the river port of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows survivors of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river arriving late on July 10 in the river port of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , Relatives arrive at a camp set up by Russia's Emergencies Ministry for victims of a ferry sinking near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA
RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a relative greeting in Kazan late on July 10 a survivor of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a diver lifting on July 11 a victim of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows survivors of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river arriving late on July 10 in the river port of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows survivors of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river arriving late on July 10 in the river port of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO
RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a relative greeting in Kazan late on July 10 a survivor of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a diver lifting on July 11 a victim of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows survivors of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river arriving late on July 10 in the river port of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO
RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a relative greeting in Kazan late on July 10 a survivor of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO
RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a relative greeting in Kazan late on July 10 a survivor of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a diver lifting on July 11 a victim of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO
RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a relative greeting in Kazan late on July 10 a survivor of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a diver lifting on July 11 a victim of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows survivors of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river arriving late on July 10 in the river port of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows survivors of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river arriving late on July 10 in the river port of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , Relatives arrive at a camp set up by Russia's Emergencies Ministry for victims of a ferry sinking near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , A woman arrives at a camp set up by Russia's Emergencies Ministry for victims of a ferry sinking near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , Rescuers from Russia?s Emergencies Ministry prepare to start work on the Volga River near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 10, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows the site where a Soviet-era cruise ship, carrying more than 180 people sank in a heavy storm on Russia's Volga River near the village of Syukeyevo, about 80 kms south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, located 800 km east of Moscow. At least one person died and 97 were missing on July 10 after the Bulgaria ship sank. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 10, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows rescuers working at the site where a Soviet-era cruise ship, carrying more than 180 people sank in a heavy storm on Russia's Volga River near the village of Syukeyevo, about 80 kms south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, located 800 km east of Moscow. At least one person died and 97 were missing on July 10 after the Bulgaria ship sank. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY , A picture taken on September 11, 2010 shows the Bulgaria river cruiser heading along Volga River near the city of Samara. At least one person died and 88 were missing after the Bulgaria carrying more than 170 people sank in the Volga River in Russia's Tatarstan region on July 10, 2011, the Ministry of Emergency Situations said. AFP PHOTO/ MIKHAIL MOZZHUKIN , Rescuers from Russia?s Emergencies Ministry prepare to start work on the Volga River near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , Emergencies Ministry rescuers prepare on July 11, 2011 their equipment on a bank of the Volga River, near the village of Kamskoye Ustye, some 130 kms south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 kms east of Moscow, to search for the bodies of the passengers of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in a storm on Russia's Volga river, killing 12 people and leaving 100 missing and presumed dead. Some of the bodies recovered by divers had lifejackets, indicating that the sinking was so swift they most likely did not have time to run up to the deck. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , Emergencies Ministry rescuers prepare on July 11, 2011 their equipment on a bank of the Volga River, near the village of Kamskoye Ustye, some 130 kms south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 kms east of Moscow, to search for the bodies of the passengers of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in a storm on Russia's Volga river, killing 12 people and leaving 100 missing and presumed dead. Some of the bodies recovered by divers had lifejackets, indicating that the sinking was so swift they most likely did not have time to run up to the deck. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows divers getting ready on July 11 to search for victims of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , Relatives of the Bulgaria river cruiser passengers wait for the news about their loved ones at a camp set up by Russia's Emergencies Ministry close the site of ship sinking in the Volga River near the village of Kamskoye Ustye, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a diver getting ready on July 11 to search for victims of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , Relatives of the Bulgaria river cruiser passengers cry as they wait for the news about their loved ones at a camp set up by Russia's Emergencies Ministry close the site of ship sinking in the Volga River near the village of Kamskoye Ustye, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA
RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a relative greeting in Kazan late on July 10 a survivor of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a diver lifting on July 11 a victim of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows survivors of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river arriving late on July 10 in the river port of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows survivors of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river arriving late on July 10 in the river port of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , Relatives arrive at a camp set up by Russia's Emergencies Ministry for victims of a ferry sinking near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , A woman arrives at a camp set up by Russia's Emergencies Ministry for victims of a ferry sinking near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , Rescuers from Russia?s Emergencies Ministry prepare to start work on the Volga River near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 10, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows the site where a Soviet-era cruise ship, carrying more than 180 people sank in a heavy storm on Russia's Volga River near the village of Syukeyevo, about 80 kms south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, located 800 km east of Moscow. At least one person died and 97 were missing on July 10 after the Bulgaria ship sank. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 10, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows rescuers working at the site where a Soviet-era cruise ship, carrying more than 180 people sank in a heavy storm on Russia's Volga River near the village of Syukeyevo, about 80 kms south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, located 800 km east of Moscow. At least one person died and 97 were missing on July 10 after the Bulgaria ship sank. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY , A picture taken on September 11, 2010 shows the Bulgaria river cruiser heading along Volga River near the city of Samara. At least one person died and 88 were missing after the Bulgaria carrying more than 170 people sank in the Volga River in Russia's Tatarstan region on July 10, 2011, the Ministry of Emergency Situations said. AFP PHOTO/ MIKHAIL MOZZHUKIN , Rescuers from Russia?s Emergencies Ministry prepare to start work on the Volga River near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , Emergencies Ministry rescuers prepare on July 11, 2011 their equipment on a bank of the Volga River, near the village of Kamskoye Ustye, some 130 kms south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 kms east of Moscow, to search for the bodies of the passengers of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in a storm on Russia's Volga river, killing 12 people and leaving 100 missing and presumed dead. Some of the bodies recovered by divers had lifejackets, indicating that the sinking was so swift they most likely did not have time to run up to the deck. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , Emergencies Ministry rescuers prepare on July 11, 2011 their equipment on a bank of the Volga River, near the village of Kamskoye Ustye, some 130 kms south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 kms east of Moscow, to search for the bodies of the passengers of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in a storm on Russia's Volga river, killing 12 people and leaving 100 missing and presumed dead. Some of the bodies recovered by divers had lifejackets, indicating that the sinking was so swift they most likely did not have time to run up to the deck. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows divers getting ready on July 11 to search for victims of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , Relatives of the Bulgaria river cruiser passengers wait for the news about their loved ones at a camp set up by Russia's Emergencies Ministry close the site of ship sinking in the Volga River near the village of Kamskoye Ustye, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA
RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a relative greeting in Kazan late on July 10 a survivor of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a diver lifting on July 11 a victim of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows survivors of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river arriving late on July 10 in the river port of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows survivors of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river arriving late on July 10 in the river port of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , Relatives arrive at a camp set up by Russia's Emergencies Ministry for victims of a ferry sinking near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , A woman arrives at a camp set up by Russia's Emergencies Ministry for victims of a ferry sinking near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , Rescuers from Russia?s Emergencies Ministry prepare to start work on the Volga River near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 10, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows the site where a Soviet-era cruise ship, carrying more than 180 people sank in a heavy storm on Russia's Volga River near the village of Syukeyevo, about 80 kms south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, located 800 km east of Moscow. At least one person died and 97 were missing on July 10 after the Bulgaria ship sank. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 10, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows rescuers working at the site where a Soviet-era cruise ship, carrying more than 180 people sank in a heavy storm on Russia's Volga River near the village of Syukeyevo, about 80 kms south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, located 800 km east of Moscow. At least one person died and 97 were missing on July 10 after the Bulgaria ship sank. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY , A picture taken on September 11, 2010 shows the Bulgaria river cruiser heading along Volga River near the city of Samara. At least one person died and 88 were missing after the Bulgaria carrying more than 170 people sank in the Volga River in Russia's Tatarstan region on July 10, 2011, the Ministry of Emergency Situations said. AFP PHOTO/ MIKHAIL MOZZHUKIN , Rescuers from Russia?s Emergencies Ministry prepare to start work on the Volga River near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , Emergencies Ministry rescuers prepare on July 11, 2011 their equipment on a bank of the Volga River, near the village of Kamskoye Ustye, some 130 kms south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 kms east of Moscow, to search for the bodies of the passengers of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in a storm on Russia's Volga river, killing 12 people and leaving 100 missing and presumed dead. Some of the bodies recovered by divers had lifejackets, indicating that the sinking was so swift they most likely did not have time to run up to the deck. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , Emergencies Ministry rescuers prepare on July 11, 2011 their equipment on a bank of the Volga River, near the village of Kamskoye Ustye, some 130 kms south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 kms east of Moscow, to search for the bodies of the passengers of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in a storm on Russia's Volga river, killing 12 people and leaving 100 missing and presumed dead. Some of the bodies recovered by divers had lifejackets, indicating that the sinking was so swift they most likely did not have time to run up to the deck. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows divers getting ready on July 11 to search for victims of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , Relatives of the Bulgaria river cruiser passengers wait for the news about their loved ones at a camp set up by Russia's Emergencies Ministry close the site of ship sinking in the Volga River near the village of Kamskoye Ustye, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a diver getting ready on July 11 to search for victims of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO
RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a relative greeting in Kazan late on July 10 a survivor of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a diver lifting on July 11 a victim of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows survivors of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river arriving late on July 10 in the river port of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows survivors of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river arriving late on July 10 in the river port of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , Relatives arrive at a camp set up by Russia's Emergencies Ministry for victims of a ferry sinking near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , A woman arrives at a camp set up by Russia's Emergencies Ministry for victims of a ferry sinking near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , Rescuers from Russia?s Emergencies Ministry prepare to start work on the Volga River near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 10, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows the site where a Soviet-era cruise ship, carrying more than 180 people sank in a heavy storm on Russia's Volga River near the village of Syukeyevo, about 80 kms south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, located 800 km east of Moscow. At least one person died and 97 were missing on July 10 after the Bulgaria ship sank. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 10, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows rescuers working at the site where a Soviet-era cruise ship, carrying more than 180 people sank in a heavy storm on Russia's Volga River near the village of Syukeyevo, about 80 kms south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, located 800 km east of Moscow. At least one person died and 97 were missing on July 10 after the Bulgaria ship sank. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY , A picture taken on September 11, 2010 shows the Bulgaria river cruiser heading along Volga River near the city of Samara. At least one person died and 88 were missing after the Bulgaria carrying more than 170 people sank in the Volga River in Russia's Tatarstan region on July 10, 2011, the Ministry of Emergency Situations said. AFP PHOTO/ MIKHAIL MOZZHUKIN , Rescuers from Russia?s Emergencies Ministry prepare to start work on the Volga River near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , Emergencies Ministry rescuers prepare on July 11, 2011 their equipment on a bank of the Volga River, near the village of Kamskoye Ustye, some 130 kms south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 kms east of Moscow, to search for the bodies of the passengers of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in a storm on Russia's Volga river, killing 12 people and leaving 100 missing and presumed dead. Some of the bodies recovered by divers had lifejackets, indicating that the sinking was so swift they most likely did not have time to run up to the deck. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , Emergencies Ministry rescuers prepare on July 11, 2011 their equipment on a bank of the Volga River, near the village of Kamskoye Ustye, some 130 kms south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 kms east of Moscow, to search for the bodies of the passengers of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in a storm on Russia's Volga river, killing 12 people and leaving 100 missing and presumed dead. Some of the bodies recovered by divers had lifejackets, indicating that the sinking was so swift they most likely did not have time to run up to the deck. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows divers getting ready on July 11 to search for victims of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO
RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a relative greeting in Kazan late on July 10 a survivor of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a diver lifting on July 11 a victim of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows survivors of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river arriving late on July 10 in the river port of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows survivors of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river arriving late on July 10 in the river port of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , Relatives arrive at a camp set up by Russia's Emergencies Ministry for victims of a ferry sinking near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , A woman arrives at a camp set up by Russia's Emergencies Ministry for victims of a ferry sinking near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , Rescuers from Russia?s Emergencies Ministry prepare to start work on the Volga River near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 10, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows the site where a Soviet-era cruise ship, carrying more than 180 people sank in a heavy storm on Russia's Volga River near the village of Syukeyevo, about 80 kms south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, located 800 km east of Moscow. At least one person died and 97 were missing on July 10 after the Bulgaria ship sank. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 10, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows rescuers working at the site where a Soviet-era cruise ship, carrying more than 180 people sank in a heavy storm on Russia's Volga River near the village of Syukeyevo, about 80 kms south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, located 800 km east of Moscow. At least one person died and 97 were missing on July 10 after the Bulgaria ship sank. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY , A picture taken on September 11, 2010 shows the Bulgaria river cruiser heading along Volga River near the city of Samara. At least one person died and 88 were missing after the Bulgaria carrying more than 170 people sank in the Volga River in Russia's Tatarstan region on July 10, 2011, the Ministry of Emergency Situations said. AFP PHOTO/ MIKHAIL MOZZHUKIN , Rescuers from Russia?s Emergencies Ministry prepare to start work on the Volga River near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , Emergencies Ministry rescuers prepare on July 11, 2011 their equipment on a bank of the Volga River, near the village of Kamskoye Ustye, some 130 kms south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 kms east of Moscow, to search for the bodies of the passengers of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in a storm on Russia's Volga river, killing 12 people and leaving 100 missing and presumed dead. Some of the bodies recovered by divers had lifejackets, indicating that the sinking was so swift they most likely did not have time to run up to the deck. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , Emergencies Ministry rescuers prepare on July 11, 2011 their equipment on a bank of the Volga River, near the village of Kamskoye Ustye, some 130 kms south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 kms east of Moscow, to search for the bodies of the passengers of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in a storm on Russia's Volga river, killing 12 people and leaving 100 missing and presumed dead. Some of the bodies recovered by divers had lifejackets, indicating that the sinking was so swift they most likely did not have time to run up to the deck. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA
RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a relative greeting in Kazan late on July 10 a survivor of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows a diver lifting on July 11 a victim of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank earlier in the day in the Volga river near the village of Syukeyevo, some 800 kilometres east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows survivors of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river arriving late on July 10 in the river port of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 11, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows survivors of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in the Volga river arriving late on July 10 in the river port of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, 800 kms east of Moscow. Russian officials on July 11 confirmed that 11 people had died when the overcrowded cruise ship carrying nearly 200 people capsized on the Volga river. Rescuers and passing boats picked up some 80 people from the river leaving more than 100 unaccounted for. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO , Relatives arrive at a camp set up by Russia's Emergencies Ministry for victims of a ferry sinking near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , A woman arrives at a camp set up by Russia's Emergencies Ministry for victims of a ferry sinking near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , Rescuers from Russia?s Emergencies Ministry prepare to start work on the Volga River near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 10, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows the site where a Soviet-era cruise ship, carrying more than 180 people sank in a heavy storm on Russia's Volga River near the village of Syukeyevo, about 80 kms south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, located 800 km east of Moscow. At least one person died and 97 were missing on July 10 after the Bulgaria ship sank. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY , RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY / HO " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A handout photo provided on July 10, 2011 by Russia?s Republic of Tatarstan Emergencies Ministry shows rescuers working at the site where a Soviet-era cruise ship, carrying more than 180 people sank in a heavy storm on Russia's Volga River near the village of Syukeyevo, about 80 kms south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city, located 800 km east of Moscow. At least one person died and 97 were missing on July 10 after the Bulgaria ship sank. AFP PHOTO / TATARSTAN EMERGENCIES MINISTRY , A picture taken on September 11, 2010 shows the Bulgaria river cruiser heading along Volga River near the city of Samara. At least one person died and 88 were missing after the Bulgaria carrying more than 170 people sank in the Volga River in Russia's Tatarstan region on July 10, 2011, the Ministry of Emergency Situations said. AFP PHOTO/ MIKHAIL MOZZHUKIN , Rescuers from Russia?s Emergencies Ministry prepare to start work on the Volga River near the village of Kamskoe Ustie, around 130 km south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 km east of Moscow on July 11, 2011. Russian divers scoured the murky Volga River as hopes dwindled of finding more than 100 people -- many of them children -- whose Soviet-era cruise ship went down in a heavy storm. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA , Emergencies Ministry rescuers prepare on July 11, 2011 their equipment on a bank of the Volga River, near the village of Kamskoye Ustye, some 130 kms south of Kazan, Tatarstan's main city located 800 kms east of Moscow, to search for the bodies of the passengers of the Bulgaria river cruise ship that sank on July 10 in a storm on Russia's Volga river, killing 12 people and leaving 100 missing and presumed dead. Some of the bodies recovered by divers had lifejackets, indicating that the sinking was so swift they most likely did not have time to run up to the deck. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA

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