Wreckage found of missing DR Congo plane: Aid agency Oct 16, 2019 0 132 12345 Kananga: Search teams have found wreckage from a government cargo plane that went missing last week in the Democratic Republic of Congo, a senior aid worker said Tuesday. The wreck of the Antonov 72 was found in Sankuru province in the centre of the country, Crispin Mukadi from the Catholic Relief Service said. The plane, which had been supplying equipment for a visit to Goma by President Felix Tshisekedi, disappeared with eight people aboard after taking off in bad weather from the eastern city of Beni on Thursday. Mukadi said he had visited the crash site seven kilometres (four miles) from the village of Okoto. (AFP) POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES Syria action against militants to continue until ‘objectives achieved’: Turkey’s Erdogan Oct 16, 2019 0 18 HK leader slams US senator for ‘police state’ comment Oct 16, 2019 0 73 Young vote bank drives Tunisia presidential candidate to big win Oct 16, 2019 0 18 Syrian troops enter northern, Kurdish-held town of Manbij Beirut: Syrian state forces have entered the northern, Kurdish-held town of Manbij as part of a deal with the Kurds to confront a Turkish incursion after the US withdrew troops. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for .. HRW warns against mass transfer of IS suspects to Iraq AFP Beirut Human Rights Watch warned European countries on Tuesday against transferring foreign jihadist suspects from prisons in war-torn northeastern Syria to Iraq. The New York-based watchdog expressed concern .. Israeli police release Palestinian officials Jerusalem: Israeli police have released the Palestinian governor of Jerusalem and a local Fatah official after arresting them and questioning them for hours, their lawyer said on Tuesday. Police arrested governor ..