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The "disintegrated" wreckage of the plane has been located in a remote part of the war-torn country.
Almost half of the passengers on board the aircraft were French, and the victims are believed to include a family of ten.
Three generations of the Reynaud family from Lorette, in central France, were reportedly on the flight.
Francois Holland said today: "There are, alas, no survivors.
"I share the pain of families living through this terrible ordeal."
French soldiers have reached the site of the crash, in the region of Gossi, southwest of the northern Malian town of Gao, and secured one of the black boxes.
originally posted by: RunForTheHills
a reply to: neo96
Peoples first instinct is to think 'terrorism' instead of pilot error, or mechanical error etc.
How can we not consider it a terrorist act with the plane attacks and disappearances that have been happening.
originally posted by: AutumnWitch657
We have to start inventing events to make it more exciting. More false flags have been run up the flagpole here than any government could ever hope to launch. a reply to: RunForTheHills
originally posted by: adnanmuf
originally posted by: bbracken677
a reply to: adnanmuf
Yet another making crap up without a lick of evidence.
I still maintain it was a UFO.....I have just as much evidence to support my theory as you do. Mine is cooler too.
so UFO is more believable than Frensh military in Mali