Jul 01, 2015

The world in brief, July 1st 2015 | Espresso

Scores of people were killed when an Indonesian air-force transport plane crashed in a residential neighbourhood of Medan, the country’s third-largest city, shortly after take-off. Reports said that at least 86 bodies have been recovered, but the toll was expected to rise; there were 122 on board. An independent monitor has counted ten fatal crashes of Indonesian military and police aircraft over...

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