The wreckage of a Kenya Airways 737-800 that was missing for 36 hr. was found in a mangrove swamp approximately 20 km. southeast of Douala in Cameroon, the airline confirmed, and reports suggested that none of the 105 passengers and nine crew survived the accident. A local government official told the Associated Press that he "was there" and "saw none." Flight KQ507 left Douala early Saturday morning bound for Nairobi and made a distress call 13 min. after takeoff. Contact then was lost. ...

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