Saratov Airlines plane with 71 aboard 'crashes shortly after taking off from Moscow's Domodedov Airport'

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    A plane with 71 people on board has crashed in the Moscow region, leaving no survivors, it has been reported. 

    The Saratov Airlines plane went missing from radars after taking off from Domodedovo airport in Moscow. 

    The plane, which was flying to the Russian city of Orsk, is reported to have crashed near the Argunovo village.

    Five minutes after taking off the plane began descending at 3,300 feet per minute, Flightradar24, an air traffic website, posted on Twitter. 

    The Emergencies Ministry said it has sent crews to the reported crash site.

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