Yemenia Airbus crash

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Yemenia Airways flight 1Y626 crashed in the Indian Ocean near Comoros on June 30 killing 153 passengers and a crew of 11. A young teenage girl survived. The 19-year-old Airbus A310 was attempting to land at Moroni, Comoros. Passengers in France had transferred onto the plane in Sanaa, Yemen. The cause of the crash is not yet known.

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Yemenia Airways flight 1Y626 crashed in the Indian Ocean near Comoros on June 30 killing 153 passengers and a crew of 11. A young teenage girl survived. The 19-year-old Airbus A310 was attempting to land at Moroni, Comoros. Passengers in France had transferred onto the plane in Sanaa, Yemen. The cause of the crash is not yet known.