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Plane crash in Libya 'kills more than 100 on board'

A passenger plane has crashed at Tripoli airport, killing more than 100 people on board, Libyan officials say.

The Afriqiyah Airways flight from Johannesburg had been due to arrive at 0400 GMT. The plane crashed as it attempted to land, the airline said.

Officials say 93 passengers and 11 crew were on board the Airbus 330.

The sole survivor was a Dutch child, a Libyan minister said.

Unathi Batyashe-Fillis from Airports Company South Africa told the BBC what she knew about the crash.

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