A squad of 40 Russian EMERCOM officers including 17 divers landed at the archipelago of Svalbard, some 650 miles (1,000km) from the North Pole, to continue a rescue operation for the missing Mil Mi-8 helicopter, Sunday. The Russian EMERCOM team is equipped with underwater vehicles, compressors, motor boats and diving apparatuses. Norwegian rescue officers deployed two helicopters, a rescue... Еще vessel and two Norwegian Coast Guard vessels. According to the Norwegian Rescue Center, the wreckage of the Mi-8 was found to the depth of 209m (685ft) near Heerodden. On Thursday the helicopter, which was carrying eight Russian citizens en route to Barentsburg from the Russian settlement of Pyramiden, disappeared from radar screens in the afternoon.