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Survivors from Brazil plane crash undergo operations in Colombia, probe begins

DNA Wednesday, 30 November 2016 ()
Three players, a journalist and two crew members survived the crash.
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News video: Fans Fill Chapecoense Stadium in Tribute to Fallen Team Members

Fans Fill Chapecoense Stadium in Tribute to Fallen Team Members 02:10

Thousands of fans filled Conda Arena stadium in Brazil's Chapeco on Wednesday to pay tribute to the Chapecoense football players and staff that died in the fatal plane crash over Colombia on Monday evening. Travelling from Santa Cruz, Bolivia, the aircraft had been carrying 77 people, including the...

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