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A China Airlines passenger jet burst into flames in Japan on Monday and it was not immediately clear if everyone had got off the Taiwanese airliner safely, officials said.
Giant flames and plumes of black smoke erupted from the Boeing 737 after it landed from Taipei at Naha airport on the southern Japanese island of Okinawa.
"I saw passengers getting out of the airplane. And then there were four explosions," a witness, whose name was not given, told Nippon Television.
Television reports said that loud explosions were heard from the aircraft shortly after it landed in Okinawa, a popular resort destination which lies closer to Taiwan than Tokyo.
Originally posted by Agit8dChop
Im going to throw this out there REALLL early...
Is it possible, china have performed there own 'black-ops' against the tawainese, to encourage the long awaited take over of the island?