'Two dead' after emergency jet landing in Moscow

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At least two people have been killed and dozens injured as a Russian plane made an emergency landing in Moscow after suffering engine failure, a Russian official says.

All of the plane's engines had failed by the time it landed at Domodedovo airport in Moscow, an official said.

The aircraft, a Russian-built TU-154 of Dagestan Airlines, was carrying about 150 passengers.

It made the emergency landing after taking off on a flight to Dagestan.

The BBC's Moscow correspondent, Steve Rosenberg, described what was known.

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