Mass Casualties Expected After Passenger Jet Crashes In Karachi, Pakistan

Karachi's mayor says there were no survivors on the plane — reported to be carrying about 100 people — that crashed into a neighborhood in Pakistan's most populated city.

A Pakistani passenger jet with about 100 people aboard crashed in a residential section of Karachi, the country's most populated city, leading local officials to prepare

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