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Russian-Western crew blasts off for ISS onboard Soyuz rocket

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A Russian Soyuz rocket carrying a Russian-Western crew blasted off Wednesday from Kazakhstan for the International Space Station, as space cooperation between Moscow and the West presses on. Duration: 00:34

Added on the 29/05/2014 17:36:59 - Copyright : AFP EN

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