China Airlines plane on fire in s. Japan airport

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August 20, 2007 05:02

 
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A China Airlines passenger plane made by US manufacturer Boeing caught fire on the runway in an airport in Okinawa, an island in southern Japan, CNN TV news reported Sunday overnight. Israel Radio reported 155 passengers were on board the plane, coming from Taipei in China. All passengers were off the plane safely, CNN reported minutes later.

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