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20.04.2012  |  18:44

A passenger plane with 127 passengers on board crashed near Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan

A passenger plane with 127 passengers on board crashed near Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, on April 20. The plane was a Boeing 737 of Bhoja Air, a Pakistani airline. The plane crashed in bad weather, New York Post said. The plane, flying from Karachi, was due to land in Islamabad at 6:40 p.m. Rescue teams were en route to the crash site, located near the Pakistan Air Force base Chaklala. Bhoja Air resumed its work last month after ceasing operations in 2000. Flight 213 crashed near Benazir Bhutto International Airport.   .



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