A Russian passenger plane has crashed outside Moscow, killing all 71 people on board. The Saratov Airlines regional jet disappeared from radar screens shortly after taking off from a Moscow airport. The cause of the crash remains unclear.
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A plane carrying the German chancellor had to turn around and land in Cologne after only an hour in the air due to a technical difficulty. She is now on her way to Buenos Aires on a commercial flight.
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.
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