Nepal mourns after deadly plane crash, search for missing resumes.

Rescuers in Nepal have resumed searching for four people still missing after the Himalayan nation’s deadliest plane crash in thirty years, as the Himalayan nation observes a day of mourning.
Rescuers recovered sixty-eight bodies out of the seventy-two people on board the ATR 72 aircraft operated by Yeti Airlines that crashed in the tourist city of Pokhara minutes before landing in clear weather.

The plane, on a scheduled twenty-seven-minute flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara, gateway to the scenic Annapurna mountain range, was carrying fifty-seven Nepalis, five Indians, four Russians, two South Koreans, and one person each from Argentina, Ireland, Australia and France.