NATO and Afghan officials say it appears that all 104 people on board an Afghan passenger jet that crashed in a snow storm outside Kabul were killed.
The wreckage of the plane missing since Thursday was found Saturday, 20 kilometers east of the capital.
Airline officials say there were 23 confirmed foreign nationals aboard the aircraft, including nine Turks and at least four Americans. Four Russian crew members were also on board.
The plane was traveling from the western city of Herat to Kabul, but was turned away from the capital's airport because of a severe snow storm. Officials say the pilot had contacted an airport in neighboring Pakistan for permission to land, then was not heard from again.
Information for this report is provided by AP, AFP and Reuters.