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Karachi mayor says does not expect survivors from crashed plane

Reuters India Friday, 22 May 2020 ()
Karachi mayor says does not expect survivors from crashed planeThere are expected to be no survivors among those on board a Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane carrying 99 passengers and crew that crashed into a residential area of Karachi on Friday, the city's mayor Waseem Akhtar told Reuters.
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