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Pakistani passenger plane crashes near Karachi, 107 on board

Seattle Times Friday, 22 May 2020 ()
KARACHI, Pakistan (AP) — A passenger plane belonging to state-run airline Pakistani International Airlines has crashed near the southern port city of Karachi, according to Abdul Sattar Kokhar, spokesman for the country’s civil aviation authority. There were no immediate reports on the number of casualties. The aircraft arriving from the eastern city of Lahore was […]
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News video: 107 killed as Pakistani passenger plane crashes near Karachi

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A passenger plane belonging to state-run Pakistan International Airlines has crashed near the southern port city of Karachi, killing all 107 passengers and crew, the city’s mayor said.

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