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Four killed in US military aircraft crash in northern Norway

Sky News Saturday, 19 March 2022
The four people who were on board a US military aircraft that crashed in Norway on Friday died, local police said on Saturday.
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During NATO drills, a US military plane crashed in Norway. Four American Marines have lost their lives in the tragic crash.

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