A cargo aircraft has crashed immediately after takeoff Nov. 4 from Juba International Airport, South Sudan, with up to 40 people dead both in the aircraft and on the ground, according to multiple news media reports. Photographs from the scene show the elderly Soviet-built Antonov An-12 turboprop to have been completely destroyed. The aircraft wears the Tajikistan registration EY-406, but appears to carry a tailfin logo of South Sudanese logistics company Allied Services Limited (ASL). ASL ...

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