Many people are feared dead after a PIA plane with 107 people on board crashed into a densely populated residential area near the Jinnah International Airport on Friday, according to officials. The PIA Airbus A320 carrying 99 passengers and eight crew members has crashed landed into the Jinnah housing society located near the airport
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