At least seven people are reported to have died after a plane crashed into a two-storey building near an airport in Kazakhstan.
The Bek Air plane was carrying 95 passengers and five crew members.
It crashed at 7.22am local time shortly after taking off from near Kazakhstan’s largest city Almaty for the capital Nur-Sultan.
A number of people have survived the crash and emergency services workers are at the scene.
A statement from Almaty International Airport said the plane had lost height before hitting a concrete fence and colliding with the building.
There was no fire, they added.