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All 65 People Aboard Plane Feared Dead After Crash Into Iranian Mountain

An Aseman Airlines spokesman first said everyone was killed, but then the airline said it could not reach the crash site and could not "accurately and definitely confirm" everyone died.
Relatives of passengers on board a plane that crashed into a mountain Sunday, mourn at Mehrabad International Airport in Tehran on Sunday. All 65 people aboard were feared dead. Source: Anadolu Agency

All 65 people aboard an Aseman Airlines plane were feared dead when it slammed into Mount Dena in central Iran Sunday during a bout of bad weather, authorities told the Iranian state broadcaster.

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