Over 100 killed in Libyan plane crash

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Libyan security forces and rescue teams inspect the debris of an Afriqiyah Airways passenger plane which crashed during landing at Tripoli airport on May 12, 2010. An eight-year-old Dutch boy was the sole survivor when a Libyan plane arriving from South Africa exploded on landing at the Libyan capital's airport, killing more than 100 people, officials said. There was no immediate indication of the cause of the crash, which occurred as the Afriqiyah Airways Airbus A330 plane was landing after a flight from Johannesburg at around 6 am (0400 GMT). The Libyan airline listed 93 passengers and 11 crew members on board its flight 8U771.(Getty Images)
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Libyan security forces and rescue teams inspect the debris of an Afriqiyah Airways passenger plane which crashed during landing at Tripoli airport on May 12, 2010.(Getty Images)
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An eight-year-old Dutch boy was the sole survivor when a Libyan plane arriving from South Africa exploded on landing at the Libyan capital's airport, killing more than 100 people, officials said. (Getty Images)
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There was no immediate indication of the cause of the crash, which occurred as the Afriqiyah Airways Airbus A330 plane was landing after a flight from Johannesburg at around 6 am (0400 GMT). (Getty Images)
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The Libyan airline listed 93 passengers and 11 crew members on board its flight 8U771.(Getty Images)
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Libyan security forces and rescue teams inspect the debris of an Afriqiyah Airways passenger plane which crashed during landing at Tripoli airport on May 12, 2010. (Getty Images)
Wed 12 May 2010 03:18 PM GST