The plane crashed at an altitude of 2,200 metres on Mount Artos, Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu told reporters.
At least 97 people were killed when an Airbus A320, operated by Pakistan International Airlines, crashed into a Karachi neighbourhood in what was the country's worst air disaster since 2012.
The Pakistan International Airline flight from Lahore was carrying nearly 100 people. At least 56 bodies have been recovered as rescue operations continue; at least 2 passengers survived, officials said.
When asked whether he would require tests for the novel coronavirus or simple temperature checks, Trump replied "both."
Protesters, with students at the forefront, have staged daily rallies in the country after the government admitted they shot down a Ukrainian passenger plane that killed all 176 aboard. Some protests have been met with a violent crackdown.
An eight-seat plane crashed into the parking lot of a post office in Louisiana shortly after takeoff, fully engulfing a car on the ground in flames, authorities said.
The airline, local company Busy Bee, said there were 16 passengers and two crew members on board the plane that crashed into a residential neighbourhood in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Sala was travelling from France to join up with his new club, Premier League side Cardiff City, in a light aircraft on January 21 when it went missing close to the Channel Islands.
Algeria's Defence Ministry said that those killed included 247 passengers and 10 crew members. Among the victims were 26 members of the Western Saharan Polisario independence movement.
The plane suffered a serious fault that tore a huge hole in one of its engine casings and forced the aircraft to make an emergency landing in Sydney.
Osoud Al-Sharqiya, one of the rebel groups fighting the Syrian regime forces, claims it has shot down a Russian-made fighter jet near the capital Damascus.
Russian Defence Ministry says they're hoping to find the cause of the incident within the next 30 days. Sabotage not ruled out.
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