Russians killed in Iraq came there to earn $1000 per month

On May 26, two Russian workers of power company were killed and 8 were wounded in Iraq.
TAU TV company produced a piece on the killed man from the town of Sredneuralsk in the Urals region, Victor Dynkin. The 56-year old man worked at Sredneuralskaya power station for 30 years. He should have retired as he worked under unhealthy conditions, but continued working at the power station as a mechanic. In April he was hired to work in Iraq for 2 months with the pay of $1000 per month. On May 26 he was killed. His body will be transported to the Urals in a day or two.  The man had a wife and 2-year old granddaughter.

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