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The wreckage of a Mozambique
Airlines plane that disappeared over
Namibia has been found, but none of
the 34 people aboard survived the
crash, police say.
The burned-out aircraft was found in
the Bwabwata National Park, near the
borders with Angola and Botswana.
"The plane has been completely
burnt to ashes and there are no
survivors," Namibia Police Force
deputy commissioner Willy Bampton
was quoted by Reuters as saying.
The plane left Mozambique on Friday.
Flight TM470 took off from the
country's capital, Maputo, at 11:26
(09:26 GMT) and was due to arrive in
the Angolan capital, Luanda, at
The last contact made with the plane
was when it was over northern
The authorities say most of those on
board were Mozambican or Angolan,
and several more were Portuguese.
The aircraft also carried one citizen
from each of Brazil, China and
Initially, the airline said there were
signs the aircraft might have landed
But on Saturday, Mr Bampton said
villagers in the area had heard an
"Botswana officials informed us that
they saw smoke in the air and they
thought the crash happened in their
country, but when they came to the
border they realised that it was in
Namibia," Willie Bampton said.
The Bwabwata National Park in
Namibia's Kavango East region -
covering around 6,100sq km (2,355
square miles) - is a sparsely-
populated area of dense forests.