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Angola Plane Missing Since Takeoff in May

A chartered Boeing 727 missing since it took off from an airport in Angola late last month probably is being used for criminal purposes and has not been linked to a terrorist plot, a government official said Tuesday. The plane was chartered from an Angolan company with a history of having planes vanish for insurance money or to be used for drug smuggling, the official said, speaking on condition of anonymity. State Department spokesman Lou Fintor said the plane left the airport in Angola without permission and authorities throughout Africa are searching for it. He would not speculate on its whereabouts. ABC News said the plane vanished on May 25 on a flight to either Burkina Faso, South Africa, Libya or Nigeria. Full Story

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