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Rescue workers were still searching for 20 people Wednesday, a day after a plane in the Democratic Republic of Congo crashed into a busy market, killing at least 38 people and injuring another 115, officials said.

Julian Mpaluku, governor of Congo's Nord-Kivu province, said there were charred bodies amid the wreckage that had not been removed.

Mpaluku said his administration has asked the central government several times to fix the airport's runway, which was shortened six years ago when a volcano eruption destroyed nearly half of the city of Goma. Read full article »

CNN's Alanne Orjoux and Jim Kavanagh contributed to this report.

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