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>> Cuba is in an official period of mourning this weekend after more than 100 people were killed in a plane crash soon after takeoff from Havana. A cloud of dark smoke catching the attention of other travelers waiting inside the airports. Many devastated family members traveled to the morgue in Havana Saturday.
This man lost his son in the crash. An investigation is underway for the country's worst air disaster in nearly 30 years, one that officials say only three people survived. President Miguel Diaz-Canel got a firsthand look at the wreckage in Havana Friday and offered his condolences.>>
> The Mexican government says the fated Boeing 737 plane was built in 1979, and leased by Cuban airliner Cubana from a small Mexican company called Damojh.
Damojh said it did not immediately have any more information, and Cubana declined to comment. The passenger plane was on a domestic flight to Holguin in eastern Cuba. There were reportedly 105 passengers on board.