At least 68 people were killed following the crash of a Yeti Air ATR-72 turboprop aircraft in Nepal yesterday (January 15).

In one of the deadliest crashes in Nepal's history, Yeti Airlines YT691 – a routine flight between Tribhuvan Airport in the country's capital Kathmandu to Pokhara – crashed while .......

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