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Iran plane crash: At least 10 feared dead after cargo flight goes down

Independent Monday, 14 January 2019
An Iranian cargo plane has crashed west of the capital of Tehran amid severe weather and all 10 crew members are feared dead.
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The Iranian army said 15 people were killed when a military cargo plane crashed about 15 kilometers west of Tehran on January 14.The plane was flying from Kyrgyzstan to Payam Airport but attempted in error to land at the nearby Fath airport, Iranian state-owned news reported. It overshot the runway...

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