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A medical plane carrying a former jihadist turned member of Libya's first transitional government crashed south of Tunis early Friday, killing all 11 on board, Tunisian and Libyan officials said.The Libyan flag was still visible on the tailplane amid the charred wreckage, which belonged to the Libyan air force.The plane was transporting Meftah al-Mabrouk Issa al-Dhawadi to Tunis from a military airfield near Tripoli for medical treatment, the Libyan government said in a statement.Another unidentified patient was on the plane, according to the statement, adding that they were accompanied by four people, including a doctor, and five crew. Libya's deputy defence minister Khaled al-Cherif, himself a former LIFG member, confirmed on Facebook that the group's former leader had died in the plane crash.
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