Bolivian authorities detained the chief executive of airline LaMia, the owner of the plane that crashed last week in Colombia and killed nearly all of Brazil's Chapecoense soccer team, prosecutors.. Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age •Brisbane Times •DNA •BBC News
Gustavo Vargas, the chief executive of Bolivian charter airline LaMia, has been detained for questioning.
The company owns the plane that crashed over Colombia last week, killing 71.. Source: euronews (in English) -
El cantautor colombiano Carlos Vives hizo un homenaje durante un concierto en Bogotá a los jugadores del club brasileño de fútbol Chapecoense que fallecieron el pasado lunes en un accidente aéreo.. Source: Wochit Spanish -
Brazilian president Michel Temer expresses his regrets over the "extremely sad" airplane crash in Colombia that left 75 people dead, including footballers from the Brazilian club Chapecoense.. Source: news across the world -
Through thick and thin, the small Brazilian town of Chapeco has stood by its futball team. On Saturday, even under the most extraordinary of circumstances, the supporters were there for their heroes.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
(CNN) -- The head of LaMia Airlines -- the charter carrier that was transporting Brazilian soccer team Chapecoense before their plane crashed in Colombia last week -- has been apprehended by.. WorldNews
Now that it has been more than a week since the Chapecoense squad was nearly wiped out in a plane crash, one begins to wonder at the enormity of the task that lies ahead of the club.
The post.. Firstpost
Bolivian authorities detained on Tuesday the chief executive of airline LaMia, the owner of the plane that crashed last week in Colombia and killed nearly all of Brazil's Chapecoense soccer team,.. France 24
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Before they became famous the world over for their incidental part in the tragedy of last week's Chapecoense air disaster, Colombia's Atletico Nacional had established themselves.. SBS