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Pakistan: Passenger Plane Carrying 99 People Crashes Near Karachi

Eurasia Review Friday, 22 May 2020 ()
There are fears of mass casualties after a passenger aircraft carrying 99 people crashed into a residential area in the Pakistani city of Karachi, The Guardian reports.

The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) jet, carrying 91 passengers and eight crew members, was on its final approach to Karachi airport when it went down...
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News video: Pakistan passenger plane crashes in southern city of Karachi

Pakistan passenger plane crashes in southern city of Karachi 04:27

An Airbus A320 carrying nearly 100 people en route from Lahore to Karachi crashes in a residential area, official says.

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Dramatic security camera footage captures the moment the Pakistan International Airlines aircraft crashes in Karachi on Friday (May 22nd) with 99 people aboard. The footage was taken by a camera on..

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