Cuba Plane Crash Kills 68

Sixty-eight people are dead after a plane crashed in Cuba Thursday. The plane was en route from Santiago to Havana when it lost contact with air-traffic controllers. There are no details so far on what happened, and there are no survivors. Cuban citizens make up the majority of the dead, but Argentines, Mexicans, Japanese, Germans, French, Austrians, Italians, Spaniards, and Venezuelans also died in the crash.