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Ndege yaanguka Libya na kuua 104!

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  1. Ab-Titchaz

    Ab-Titchaz Content Manager Staff Member

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    Kwa mujibu wa BBC....

    Libya plane crash 'kills all 105 on board'


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    A commercial passenger plane has crashed in Libya, killing all 105 people on board, airport officials say.

    The Afriqiyah Airways flight from Johannesburg had been due to land at 0610 local (0410 GMT), they said. The plane crashed close to the airport.

    The 94 passengers on board the Airbus 330 are believed to be of various nationalities, including British and South African.

    The 11 crew were all thought to be Libyan nationals, an employee said.

    The plane had been due to go on to Heathrow airport after stopping in Tripoli.

    The BBC's Rana Jawad in Tripoli says it was not clear whether the plane was on the runway when it crashed, but she says that people she spoke to at the airport said they could not see the plane.

    Ambulances have been going back and forth to the airport, our correspondent says.

    She adds that the weather has been sunny and clear over the past few days.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/8676758.stm
     
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    poleni wafiwa. na Mungu awarehemu waliokufa amen.
     
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    Its so sad,my condolences
     
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    Too bitter to swallow.
    Mungu awapumzishe mahala pa salama, na kuwafariji wafiwa.
     
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    rip
     
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    Kwa kweli poleni. Mwe!
     
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    Duh! inatisha!
     
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    Inatia huzuni sana, Mungu awape nguvu wafiwa
     
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    Oh! My God!!
     
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    Hii ni A330 once again. Kulikoni?
     
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    Libyan plane crashes killing 104, a child survives! 05/12/2010
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    Afriqiyah Airplane (from archive, NOT the actual plane that crashed)​
    It is reported that, up to 105 people have been killed in a commercial plane crash in the Libyan capital of Tripoli.

    Libya's Afriqiyah Airways said its Airbus-330 arriving from South Africa was coming in to land when it crashed on Wednesday morning at approximately 0610 hrs local time (0419 hrs MGT).

    "Afriqiyah Airways announce that our flight 8U771 had an accident during landing at Tripoli International airport." "...at this moment we have no information concerning possible casualties or survivors. Our information is that there were 93 passengers and 11 crew aboard," the airline said on its website.

    The BBC's Rana Jawad in Tripoli says it was not clear whether the plane was on the runway when it crashed, but she says that people she spoke to at the airport said they could not see the plane. The plane had been due to go on to Gatwick airport near London after stopping in Tripoli.

    A security official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said all passengers and crew members had been killed in the accident. A source told Al Jazeera that an eight-year-old passenger had survived the crash.

    Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa, reporting from Johannesburg, said the plane was a "fairly new" Airbus. "The airport in South Africa has not yet released details about the nationalities of the passengers," she said. "People are still struggling to find out what actually happened."

    Afriqiyah Airways is a Libyan airline that was founded in 2001.
     
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    Inasikitisha sana nasikia wa dutch walikuwa kama 61 hivi na mtoto wa miaka 10 kapona.. inasikitishaa
     
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    Huyo mtoto inabidi azidi kusali.
     
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    Tunamshukuru sana Mungu amemnusuru huyo mtoto ila ndiyo hatuelewi kama wazazi wake wote walikuwa kwenye ndege na wame-perish na kuwa yeye amepata kilema gani ambacho kitamwacha na masikitiko maisha yake yote! Oh Lord. Huwa naogopa sana safari za ndege, hadi leo hii sijaweza kabisa kutulia nikiwa ndani ya ndege, yaani ikibadili altitude au kukata mawingu wakati wa hali ya hewa huwa tumbo langu lote linacheza kwa hofu, huku nikiikumbuka familia yangu.
     
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    Yani mungu ambariki mie ninafikiria kuna safari ya masaa 13 inanisubiri mhh tumbo limeanza kuniuma gafla!!
     
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    Dont fret Maria,...U will be alright.
     
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    Umeona hiyo 9.9.99 kwenye tail? Ni siku AU ilipozaliwa aka iliporeform toka OAU-wanaipenda Africa hawa RIP
     
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    Inasikitisha saana, Binafsi natilia shaka ubora wa Airbus, hizi ndege kwa muda sasa zimekuwa zikikubwa na ajali za mara kwa mara, Ni majuzi tu tulisikia ajali ya Air France iliyokuwa inatokea Brazil ndege ilikuwa ni Airbus na iliuwa abiria wote, kuna Airbus ilidondoka Bahari ya hindi, maiti ziliokotwa mpaka TZ, naona imefika wakati muafaka sasa mashirika ya ndege yasusie kampuni ya Airbus na kuhamia kwa ndege za Boeing ambazo naamini kiusalama ni nzuri kuliko Airbus
     
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