A Russian architect whose family died in the July 1, 2002, midair collision between a DHL Airways 757F and a Bashkirian Airlines Tu-154 was convicted and sentenced to eight years in prison Wednesday for killing the Swiss air traffic controller on duty at the time of the accident, the Associated Press reported. The crash killed 71 people including 51 children. According to AP, Vitaly Kaloyev, 49, acknowledged stabbing Peter Nielsen in February 2004 although he told the court he could not ...

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