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Bodies of Afghanistan plane crash identified

2010-05-25 13:31:52 GMT2010-05-25 21:31:52 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Relatives carry the plane crash victims' portraits in Kabul, capital of Afghanistan, May 25, 2010. A flight of Afghanistan's private airliner Pamir Airways crashed in mountains of Ghorband District in the country's northern Parwan Province on May 17 with 43 on board including eight foreigners. The bodies of 16 victims of the plane crash, including three foreigners, have been identified so far. (Xinhua/Sabawu)

Afghanistan's soldiers deliver the body of a plane crash victim to his relatives in Kabul, capital of Afghanistan, May 25, 2010. A flight of Afghanistan's private airliner Pamir Airways crashed in mountains of Ghorband District in the country's northern Parwan Province on May 17 with 43 on board including eight foreigners. The bodies of 16 victims of the plane crash, including three foreigners, have been identified so far. (Xinhua/Sabawu)

Relatives carry a plane crash victim's portrait in Kabul, capital of Afghanistan, May 25, 2010. A flight of Afghanistan's private airliner Pamir Airways crashed in mountains of Ghorband District in the country's northern Parwan Province on May 17 with 43 on board including eight foreigners. The bodies of 16 victims of the plane crash, including three foreigners, have been identified so far. (Xinhua/Sabawu)

A relative carries a plane crash victim's portrait in Kabul, capital of Afghanistan, May 25, 2010. A flight of Afghanistan's private airliner Pamir Airways crashed in mountains of Ghorband District in the country's northern Parwan Province on May 17 with 43 on board including eight foreigners. The bodies of 16 victims of the plane crash, including three foreigners, have been identified so far. (Xinhua/Sabawu)

Afghnistan's soldiers carry the body of a plane crash victim to deliver to his relatives in Kabul, capital of Afghanistan, May 25, 2010. A flight of Afghanistan's private airliner Pamir Airways crashed in mountains of Ghorband District in the country's northern Parwan Province on May 17 with 43 on board including eight foreigners. The bodies of 16 victims of the plane crash, including three foreigners, have been identified so far. (Xinhua/Sabawu)

A flight of Afghanistan's private airliner Pamir Airways crashed in mountains of Ghorband District in the country's northern Parwan Province on May 17 with 43 on board including eight foreigners. The bodies of 16 victims of the plane crash, including three foreigners, have been identified so far.

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