Plane wreck found in the Republic of Congo, all passengers feared dead

By Andy Rice 22 June 2010

The wreckage of the private plane carrying 11 passengers, including five Australian mining executives, between Cameroon and the Republic of Congo was found on Monday. The remains of nine or 10 bodies have been found so far. Officials are waiting to study the black box to gain a better understanding of why the plane went down  Read more: Reuters

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