Missing Lithuanian plane found sunken in Baltic Sea, search for pilots continues

The Lithuanian airplane An-2, which went missing on Saturday with two pilots aboard, was discovered on the bottom of the Baltic Sea on Tuesday afternoon, the Ministry of National Defence said, adding that the search for the pilots continues.
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