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23 March 2017


Passenger plane with 44 on board crashes

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A passenger plane with 44 on board crashed in South Sudan, local media report. Many people are feared dead.

Axar.az reports that a South Supreme Airlines plane carrying 44 people crashed at South Sudan's Wau airport. The number of casualties is unclear.

At least 9 people were reportedly pulled out from the debris alive.

According to the local official cited by BBC Africa, the plane was coming from the South Sudan's capital Juba.

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2017.03.20 / 18:44
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