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Global News Blog Russia hints foreign sabotage may be behind space program troubles

The head of Russia's space agency said it is 'suspicious' that most of the program's accidents occur in places that Russian radars can't reach.

By Correspondent / January 10, 2012

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A humiliating string of accidents that has beset Russia's space program over the past year, and only seems to be getting worse, may be the result of foreign sabotage, the head of the Russian Space Agency (Roskosmos), Vladimir Popovkin, hinted on Tuesday.