On Sunday, the Dutch foreign ministry acknowledged that three Dutch people were killed when their light plane crashed in a mountainous region of northern Croatia.

According to Croatian aviation investigators, the incident occurred on Saturday about noon local time in a forest near the town of Ogulin, when a Dutch-registered aircraft vanished from radar on its way from Maribor in Slovenia to Pula on Croatia’s Adriatic coast.
All of the plane’s occupants were murdered, according to chief aviation inspector Danko Petrin, and the debris was destroyed by fire.

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