YOUNDE, June 21 (Xinhua) -- The wreckage of the plane, with 11 people aboard, which was missing since Saturday has been found inside Cameroon, the military said on Monday.
There were no survivors.
The plane went missing as it was traveling from Cameroon's capital Yaounde to Yangadou in the northwest of the Republic of Congo.
Reports said that the aircraft was operated by a company of the Republic of Congo, Aero-Service, and chartered by Cam Iron, the Cameroon subsidiary of Australian mining company Sundance Resources.
The 11 people included nine passengers and two crew members.
A team from Cameroon had been search for it since Saturday.