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Jet went missing 50 minutes after takeoff in Burkina Faso

Debris at the crash site of the Air Algerie flight AH5017 in Mali's Gossi region, west of Gao.

Air Algerie plane crash: British man among the 188 people killed when passenger jet crashed

The plane is thought to have become caught in poor weather conditions

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A screen shot of the banner image paying tribute to the AH5017 crash on the ouagadougou airport website

Air Algerie flight AH5017: Ouagadougou Airport marks plane crash with website banner

 Fight AH5017 disappeared off the radar 50 minutes after take-off

A handout photo released by the Osservatore Romano and taken on July 24, 2014 shows Pope Francis greeting Sudanese Christian Meriam Ibrahim and her daughter Maya during a private audience at the Vatican

Pope Francis holds 'very affectionate' meeting with Sudanese apostasy woman Meriam Ibrahim after she arrives in Rome

Ms Ibrahim and her family fled Sudan for Italy only this morning

Air Algerie flight AH5017: France and UN search for wreckage of 'crashed' passenger jet carrying 116 people

Authorities lost contact with the plane 50 minutes after take-off

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Meriam Ibrahim: 'Apostasy' woman and family arrive in Italy after finally leaving Sudan

Ms Ibrahim was sentenced to death for marrying the man she loved and 'converting from Islam to Christianity' in May

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The virus has mortality rates of up to 90 per cent

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South Africa lost a record 1,004 of the animals to poachers last year

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