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        14 bodies recovered from Nepal's plane wreck

        2022-05-30 06:39:19 GMT2022-05-30 14:39:19(Beijing Time) Sina English
        <p>The wreckage of a Twin Otter aircraft, operated by Nepali carrier Tara Air, lay on a mountainside in Mustang, Nepal, May 30, 2022, a day after it crashed.  Rescue workers have recovered 14 bodies from the crash site. (Photo/Agencies)</p>

        The wreckage of a Twin Otter aircraft, operated by Nepali carrier Tara Air, lay on a mountainside in Mustang, Nepal, May 30, 2022, a day after it crashed. Rescue workers have recovered 14 bodies from the crash site. (Photo/Agencies)

        <p>The wreckage of a Twin Otter aircraft, operated by Nepali carrier Tara Air, lay on a mountainside in Mustang, Nepal, May 30, 2022, a day after it crashed.  Rescue workers have recovered 14 bodies from the crash site. (Photo/Agencies)</p>

        The wreckage of a Twin Otter aircraft, operated by Nepali carrier Tara Air, lay on a mountainside in Mustang, Nepal, May 30, 2022, a day after it crashed. Rescue workers have recovered 14 bodies from the crash site. (Photo/Agencies)

        <p>The wreckage of a Twin Otter aircraft, operated by Nepali carrier Tara Air, lay on a mountainside in Mustang, Nepal, May 30, 2022, a day after it crashed.  Rescue workers have recovered 14 bodies from the crash site. (Photo/Agencies)</p>

        The wreckage of a Twin Otter aircraft, operated by Nepali carrier Tara Air, lay on a mountainside in Mustang, Nepal, May 30, 2022, a day after it crashed. Rescue workers have recovered 14 bodies from the crash site. (Photo/Agencies)

        <p>The wreckage of a Twin Otter aircraft, operated by Nepali carrier Tara Air, lay on a mountainside in Mustang, Nepal, May 30, 2022, a day after it crashed.  Rescue workers have recovered 14 bodies from the crash site. (Photo/Agencies)</p>

        The wreckage of a Twin Otter aircraft, operated by Nepali carrier Tara Air, lay on a mountainside in Mustang, Nepal, May 30, 2022, a day after it crashed. Rescue workers have recovered 14 bodies from the crash site. (Photo/Agencies)

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