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Plane crashes after takeoff in Kazakhstan, 12 dead, dozens injured

Reuters Friday, 27 December 2019
A passenger plane carrying nearly 100 people crashed near the city of Almaty in Kazakhstan on Friday after take off, slamming into a house in an accident that killed 12 people and injured dozens.
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News video: Passenger jet carrying nearly 100 people crashes in Kazakhstan's largest city killing at least 15

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A passenger jet carrying nearly 100 people has crashed near Almaty airport in Kazakhstan today (December 27). Footage shows a residential building destroyed by the plane's wreckage, while emergency services attend. Kazakh authorities said the aircraft was heading to the capital Nur-Sultan when...

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