UN plane crashes in Haiti; eleven dead
Saturday, October 10, 2009
"The aircraft was on a regular reconnaissance flight," said UN spokeswoman Michele Montas in a statement.
The plane belonged to the Uruguayan contingent of MINUSTAH, a 9,000-strong UN peacekeeping mission in Haiti. It has been in the country since 2004.
An investigation into the cause of the incident has been launched by the UN.
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