Sunday, April 30, 2006

Search continues for plane missing in DRC

The UN mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo is continuing the search for a South African registered aircraft that went missing over 48 hours ago. The Cessna Caravan light plane was chartered by the World Food Programme and had three people on board. Foreign Affairs’ Ronnie Mamoepa says the nationalities of the people have not yet been confirmed. The plane went missing only a day after Captains André Nel and Charles Greyvenstein died when the South African plane they were flying crashed. Six Congolese were also killed. There is speculation that the plane had been shot down.


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