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Crashed plane owned by Venezuelan, operated by tiny Bolivian airline
CARACAS/LA PAZ (Reuters) - The plane that crashed in Colombia killing 71 people was owned by a Venezuelan businessman and one-time leftist politician and run by a tiny Bolivian company specializing in transporting football teams. Just a few weeks ago, the 12-employee charter airline flew Argentina's national team to Brazil. Six survived the crash, including three players in the football squad from the small city of Chapeco in southern Brazil.

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