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Dozens have been killed after a passenger plane crashed near Karachi Airport in Pakistan.
Pakistan International Airlines flight PK303 was on its final approach to the runway after making the 90-minute journey from the eastern city of Lahore when it crashed into buildings.
Karachi mayor Wasim Akhtar, speaking from the crash site, said all 98 passengers and crew on board had been killed, but civil aviation officials later said at least two people survived.
Mr Akhtar said at least five or six houses were destroyed in the crash, but it was not immediately known how many casualties there were in the residential area.
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