This photo provided on Friday, July 25, 2014, by the Burkina Faso Military shows a man at the site of the plane crash in Mali.(AP Photo/Burkina Faso Military)
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An official Lebanese delegation leaves Saturday for Mali to follow up on the investigation into the Air Algerie flight 5107 crash and the repatriation of the remains of Lebanese nationals who perished in the incident.At least 19 passengers were Lebanese, although several were dual citizens and authorities are still confirming whether an additional two passengers are also of Lebanese origin.Hours after finding the wreckage in Mali, the French interior minister said that the most likely cause of the crash was the weather.Lebanon has a large expatriate community across the world and many Lebanese have been the victims of plane crash accidents over the past decades.Lebanon is expected to announce a national day of mourning for the victims when the remains are repatriated.
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