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31 dead in Siberia plane crash, government says

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A twin-engine plane carrying 43 people crashed soon after takeoff in Siberia on Monday, killing all but 12 people on board, Russia's Emergency Situations Ministry said.

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The plane had taken off from the city of Tyumen and traffic control lost contact with it immediately afterward, the ministry said.

The ATR-72 plane was carrying 39 passengers and four crew members.

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