Plane with 72 people on board crashes in Nepal

At least 66 people have been killed after a passenger plane crashed in Nepal on Sunday morning.
The plane was flying from the capital Kathmandu to Pokhara when it crashed. Pokhara is a bustling tourist town about 200km (124 miles) west of Kathmandu.
There were 72 people on the twin-engine ATR 72 aircraft operated by Nepal’s Yeti Airlines, including four crew members, said airline spokesman Sudarshan Bartaula.

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