All 11 people on board a Libyan medical plane have been killed in a crash northwest of the Tunisian capital.
The plane was carrying two patients to Tunis for treatment, Libyan Transport Minister Abdelqader Mohammed says.
Also aboard the Soviet-made Antonov 26 were three physicians and six crew members, a Tunisian official spokesman says.
The aircraft took off from a military airfield near Tripoli on Friday.
One of the patients, Meftah al-Mabrouk Issa al-Dhawadi, was a former jihadist who served in Libya's first transitional government following the fall of the Gadhafi regime in October 2011.
Dhawadi, who spent 18 years in a Libyan prison after taking part in guerrilla campaigns against Gadhafi in the mid-1990s, was released shortly before the February 2011 uprising.
The plane went down after one of the engines burst into flames, a Libyan military source said.