30 November 2013

Angola: Nine Angolans Board Mozambican Plane Crashed in Namibia

Nine Angolan citizens were among the passengers on board a Mozambique Airlines plane crashed Friday in game park in northern Namibia.

This was confirmed Saturday by the first Secretary of Mozambican Embassy in Angola, António Silva, pledging for further details on the accident.

In addition to Angolans, the aircraft was also flying 10 Mozambicans, five Portuguese, a Frenchman, a Brazilian, a Chinese and six crew members.

The plane left Friday Maputo International Airport, in Mozambique, en route to Luanda, Angola.

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