Thursday, 24 July 2014


UPDATED: 24th July 2014 18.58 hours BST

Machine Translated, from the original DUTCH; the plot, thickens, considerably:

"Air Algerie plane wreck not found GAO -

Contrary to what was reported earlier, the wreck of the crashed Air Algerie device not found. The French government reports that French Mirage 2000 fighter aircraft would have seen about 70 kilometers north of the Malian Gao, denied the remains.

Air Algérie dans l'attente _ la compagnie a perdu le contact avec le vol AH5017 de Ouagadougou_(360p) by the sky

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An Air Algerie flight en route to Algiers from Burkina Faso with 116 people aboard — including 50 French citizens — crashed Thursday in northeastern Mali, the airlines said.

The airlines said on its Twitter account that the plane went down about 40 miles from the Malian city of Gao. It did not give any additional details.
"The plane disappeared at Gao (in Mali), (300 miles) from the Algerian border. Several nationalities are among the victims," Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal was cited as saying by Algerian radio, the French news agency AFP reports.
Ouagadougou Airport in Burkina Faso says on its Facebook page that the passengers on the flight included two European officials of French nationality stationed in Ouagadougou and Mariela Castro niece of Fidel Castro, former president of Cuba. The claims could not be immediately verified.
Air navigation services lost track of AH0517 about 50 minutes after takeoff at 0155 GMT (9:55 p.m. ET Wednesday), the Algerian news agency APS reports.
An unidentified Algerian aviation official also told Reuters that the plane had crashed, but declined to provide details on where the plane was or what caused the accident.CBS News also quotes an unidentified Algerian officials as saying the plane had crashed."

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