At least 50 people are reported to have died after a plane crash at Nepal's Kathmandu airport. Officials say the aircraft missed the runway and burst into flames. 71 people were on board the service, operated by US-Bangla Airlines.
After landing at Sochi International Airport, the plane crashed off the runway before catching fire, leaving dozens injured. No passengers were killed, but one of the first responders died of a heart attack at the scene.
A plane has crashed near Sea-Tac airport in Seattle after being stolen by an airline worker and pursued by F-15 fighter jets. There were no passengers on board, and the incident has not been connected to terrorism.
At least 49 people have died and more than 20 are injured after a Bangladeshi plane burst into flames as it came in to land at Kathmandu airport. Officials said the plane was "out of control" as it approached the runway.
Airport authorities and the airline have blamed each other for the accident that left at least 49 people dead. Monday's crash of a small Bombardier propeller plane is Nepal's worst since 1992.
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