Four people have been killed after a plane crashed three miles to the south of Dubai International Airport.
Three Britons and a South African were aboard the UK-registered DA42 plane, UAE authorities said.
The small Diamond Aircraft, owned by US tech giant Honeywell, crashed due to a technical malfunction, according to news agency AFP.
The General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) says an investigation is under way.
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