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Myanmar Plane With 120 Passengers Is Missing

The disappearance closely resembles the events leading up to the fatal crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
Source: Soe Zeya Tun / Reuters

A military aircraft has gone missing off the coast of southern Myanmar, the nation’s military spokesman, General Myat Min Oo, announced Wednesday. The plane was reportedly carrying 120 passengers, the majority of whom were families of military personnel. According to the general, 106 passengers were either soldiers or their family members, and another 14 were crew members

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