Those onboard included former pop singer Junaid Jamshed, according to local media. Pakistan's aviation agency says the crash seems to have been an accident, not the result of an attack.
All 48 people on board a Pakistani plane which crashed in the country's mountainous north and burst into flames have died, officials told AFP Wednesday. "No one survived," said the Civil Aviation Authority spokesman. His comments were confirmed by Danyal Gilani, a spokesman for Pakistan International Airlines.
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Australia's revamped 12-man Test squad that won against South Africa in Adelaide has been retained for the first Test against Pakistan
According to media reports, three foreigners, including two Austrians, were killed in the plane crash in Pakistan on Wednesday.
MELBOURNE, Dec 8 (Reuters) - Australia named an unchanged squad on Thursday for the first test against Pakistan next week, which will be the first day-night test held at Brisbane's Gabba.
Junaid Jamshed, Pakistan's singer-turned-preacher, among 48 people on plane that went down near Islamabad.
Plane belonging to Pakistan’s national carrier crashed and burst into flames with 48 people on board, killing all of them, the airline chairman and police said
Government prosecutor said a court in central Pakistan has indicted the brother of slain model Qandeel Baloch for killing her in the name of honor
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A Pakistan International Airlines plane flying to Islamabad crashed on Wednesday with dozens of passengers on board. The small ATR-42 twin-turboprop plane is used for short regional flights, and officials are reporting that it is unlikely that there will be survivors. Show More Summary
PESHAWAR/ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (Reuters) - At least 40 people died when a plane carrying 48 passengers crashed into a mountain in northern Pakistan on Wednesday and witnesses at the site of the flaming wreckage said there were unlikely to be any survivors.
Struggling Pakistan International Airlines had a tragedy today with flight PK611 from Chitral to Islamabad operated by an ATR 42 declaring an emergency with left engine problems. Radar and radio contact was lost. Reports on the ground near Abbottabad (north of Islamabad, where Osama bin Laden was found) were of sounds of a crash. Show More Summary
A cab company has hired female drivers in Pakistan, a country where women account for just 22 percent of the workforce and gender discrimination systematically blights the economy. Seven women have been employed by Careem, an app-based...Show More Summary
A plane carrying about 40 people crashed on the slope of a mountain in northern Pakistan on Wednesday, with witnesses on the crash site saying there were unlikely to be any survivors. The military said 21 bodies had been recovered and...Show More Summary
There were 48 people on board.
A plane belonging to Pakistan's national carrier crashed on Wednesday with about 40 passengers and seven crew members on board, police and an airline spokesman said. According to senior police officer Khurram Rasheed, the plane crashed in a village near the town of Havelian, about 45 miles northwest...
BREAKING: Missing Pakistan International Airlines plane with 40-45 people on board has crashed in northern region – regional police official — Reuters Top News (@Reuters) December 7, 2016 And that’s all we know at this early hour.
Pakistan's national carrier says one of its planes has gone missing after takeoff in the country's north with about 40 on board, reports the AP. Daniyal Gilani, the spokesman for Pakistan International Airlines, says their ATR-42 aircraft carrying around 40 passengers and crew lost touch Wednesday with the control tower....