The bodies of the passengers and crew could not yet be identified, a spokesman for Iran’s emergency services, Shahin Fathi, was quoted as saying by Iranian news agencies. DNA tests will be conducted to identify the dead.
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After the crash was reported, Mr. Basaran went to Iran, the Turkish news media reported.
Ms. Basaran was posting images of her trip to her popular Instagram account, which has more than 58,000 followers. The final photo posted shows her with seven female friends, smiling in pink and white robes. Another image showed her aboard the plane with a large bouquet of flowers.
One of Istanbul’s biggest construction projects, Mina Towers, being handled by her father’s company, is named after her. Ms. Basaran was also active in fashion, appearing in Vogue Turkey and on the cover of another Turkish fashion Article source: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/11/world/middleeast/turkish-business-jet-crashes-in-iran.html
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Article source: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/11/world/middleeast/turkish-business-jet-crashes-in-iran.html