A three-man Soviet-Bulgarian cosmonaut crew landed in the Soviet Union on Friday after 10 days in space, the official Tass news agency said.
Mission commander Anatoly Solovyov and flight engineer Viktor Savinykh, both of the Soviet Union, and Bulgarian space researcher Alexander Alexandrov returned from the Mir orbiting station aboard a Soyuz TM-4 spacecraft.
"The descent module carrying the international crew . . . Has made a soft landing," Tass said. It gave no details about the landing site.
Unlike the crew's launch from the Soviet cosmodrome in Baikonur, Central Asia, the landing was not televised live.