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Chapecoense plane crash: Investigators hunt for clues

BBC News Wednesday, 30 November 2016 ()
Chapecoense plane crash: Investigators hunt for cluesAn investigation begins into a plane crash in Colombia that killed most of a Brazilian football team.
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Investigators say they believe an electrical failure might have caused the crash.

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