Seven die in Afghanistan crash of Azerbaijan's Silk Way freight plane

By REUTERS
May 19, 2016 07:31

 
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BAKU - A freight plane of Azerbaijan's Silk Way airline crashed on Wednesday in Afghanistan, killing seven of its nine crew, Azerbaijan's civil aviation administration said.

It said the plane had crashed after taking off from Dwyer airport in Afghanistan. The crew were from Azerbaijan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan.

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