Colombia exleader demands plane crash probe
A former Colombian president is calling for an investigation into what could have caused a small plane to crash in the capital, Bogota, on Sunday.
Six people died when the twin-engine plane came down in the Engativa neighbourhood.
It was travelling to the nearby town of Guaymaral to pick up former president Andres Pastrana.
Forensic experts said they did not find any traces of explosives on the bodies of the plane’s passengers.