Crashed Algerian Jet Found in Mali

French troops stationed in Mali have located the crash site of Air Algerie Flight 5017, which crashed Thursday en route from Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso to Algiers. The plane carried 110 passengers and six crew. It is unknown if there are any casualties. The company lost contact with the plane, chartered by Spanish airline Swiftair, after it asked for a route change due to weather. Media quoting Air Algerie report the nationalties of those on board as 50 French, 24 Burkinabe, eight Lebanese, four Algerians, two from Luxembourg, one Belgian, one Swiss, one Nigerian, one Cameroonian, one Ukrainian, and one Romanian.