Emergency Situations Ministry: 4 victims of Sinai air crash identified

Russian Ministry for Emergency Situations employees stand in front of a truck (L, back) preparing to load the bodies of the victims of a plane crash from a ministry's airplane in St.Petersburg, Russia, 02 November 2015

Russian Ministry for Emergency Situations employees stand in front of a truck (L, back) preparing to load the bodies of the victims of a plane crash from a ministry's airplane in St.Petersburg, Russia, 02 November 2015

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40 psychologists are providing help to the victims' relatives, Emergency Situations Ministry said

Four of the victims of the crash in Egypt of a plane which carried Russian tourists have been identified, Yulia Shoigu, the chief psychologist at the Russian Emergency Situations Ministry, said at a meeting.

"Four bodies have by now been identified," she said.

Forty psychologists are providing help to the victims' relatives, Shoigu said.

"Twenty-three specialists work directly at the bureau of forensic medical examination," she said.

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