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The condition of the Dutch child who survived the crash of Afriqiyah Airways Flight 771 in Libya last year is improving quickly, local media reported on Monday. Flight 771, an Airbus A330-202, crashed during its final approach to Tripoli
Ruben van Assouw's parents and brother were among the 103 people killed in the crash. He sustained multiple fractures to his legs and feet. 'Ruben is doing well...It is incredible how quickly he is improving,' the statement said. 'His doctors expect
Libya (AP) — The Dutch boy who is the sole survivor of a plane crash in Libya was cleared by doctors to return home to the Netherlands Saturday, just hours after being told that his parents and older brother perished in the disaster.
The boy is reportedly coping well under the adverse circumstances. "We have explained to Ruben exactly what happened," said a statement from the boy''s aunt and uncle read out to media in Tripoli. "He knows that his parents and his brother are dead."
The family travel blog of the sole survivor of a Libyan plane crash that killed 103 people has turned into a condolence register, with dozens offering sympathy to the nine-year-old Dutch boy orphaned by the crash. Ruben van Assouw lost both his
Libya (AP) — Authorities were hopeful Friday that the Dutch boy who is the sole survivor of a plane crash in Libya will be able to return home to the Netherlands this weekend, as investigators began work to determine the cause of the crash.
The most remarkable survivor was Vesna Vulovic who allegedly survived a midair bombing that led to the plane she was traveling on to fall from 33,000 feet in the air. Prague-based investigative journalists Peter Hornung and Pavel Theiner cast doubts
Vesne Vulovic was the first sole survivor in a plane crash which took place on 26th January 1972. All the other 27 passengers on board lost their lives while Vesne Vulovic survived the 10,000 meters fall with only broken legs. Vesne
Libya (AP) — Still groggy from surgery, the Dutch boy who was the sole survivor of a Libyan plane crash that killed 103 people greeted an aunt and uncle with a smile Thursday after they rushed to his hospital room from Holland.
The Dutch Family van Assouw had visited South Africa on safari and were returning home via Tripoli, Libya on Afriqiyah Airlines flight-771 on may 12, 2010, when young Ruben became an orphan, virtually overnight. He lost his mother,