Pakistani Military Aircraft Crashes, 18 Killed

NEW DELHI—A Pakistani military aircraft crashed in a suburban area near the city of Rawalpindi July 30, killing at least 18 people, the latest in a series of deadly accidents for the country’s aviation industry. The King Air 350 turboprop belonging to the Pakistani army’s aviation unit was on a...

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