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Egypt extends condolences to Bangladesh over deadly plane crash

Ahram Online , Wednesday 14 Mar 2018
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Nepalese rescuers and police are seen near the debris after a passenger plane from Bangladesh crashed at the airport in Kathmandu, Nepal.Survivors of this week's plane crash at Nepal's main airport said Wednesday that it was a miracle they survived an accident that killed 49 of the 71 people on board March 12, 2018 AP
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Egypt has expressed its sincerest condolences on Wednesday to the people and government of Bangladesh after the crash of a passenger plane in Nepal on Monday, the Egyptian Foreign Ministry announced.

49 people were killed and 17 others survived when the plane crashed while attempting to land at a Kathmandu airport.

The statement asserted that Egypt's people and government support the people and government of Bangladesh during this crisis. 

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