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Plane crashes in Pakistan with 99 on board, many feared dead

Reuters Friday, 22 May 2020 ()
A Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane with 99 passengers and crew crashed into a residential area of the city of Karachi on Friday, with many feared dead, officials said.
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