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Mourning the Colombia plane crash victims

Updated 8:28 PM ET, Thu December 1, 2016
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Players from the Brazilian soccer team Chapecoense mourn their fallen teammates during a tribute at the team's stadium in Chapeco, Brazil, on Wednesday, November 30. A charter airplane carrying 77 people, including most players from Chapecoense, crashed near Rionegro, Colombia, on Monday, November 28. Seventy-one people were killed, officials said. Six survived: three players, two crew members and one journalist. Andre Penner/AP
Chapecoense supporters light flares during the stadium tribute on November 30. The soccer club, which has risen in the ranks in Brazilian soccer and now has a devoted national fan base, was set to play in the first leg of the South American Cup finals on Wednesday. Andre Penner/AP
Relatives of Chapecoense soccer players cry during the tribute on November 30. Andre Penner/AP
Fans of the team hold their cell phones in the air during the tribute. NELSON ALMEIDA/AFP/Getty Images
Fans in Chapeco light candles on November 30. NELSON ALMEIDA/AFP/Getty Images
Fans of Atletico Nacional -- the Colombian team that Chapecoense was traveling to play -- pay tribute to the fallen players at a stadium in Medellin, Colombia, on November 30. Fernando Vergara/AP
Soldiers and police attend the tribute in Medellin on November 30. Fernando Vergara/AP
Soccer players from Real Madrid and Cultural Leonesa observe a minute of silence in Madrid to pay tribute to those killed in the crash. EMILIO NARANJO/EPA
A child with a Chapecoense flag attends a vigil at the team's stadium in Brazil on November 30. FERNANDO BIZERRA JR/EPA
The posts of a soccer goal are decorated with flowers while members of a Colombian army band rehearse for the tribute in Medellin on November 30. MAURICIO DUENAS CASTANEDA/EPA
A woman places a candle at a memorial in Medellin on November 30. MAURICIO DUENAS CASTANEDA/EPA
A Chapecoense fan attends a vigil in Chapeco on November 30. Imago/ZUMA Press
Chapecoense supporters take part in a vigil at the team's stadium in Chapeco on Tuesday, November 29. Agencia Estado/Cal Sport Media/ZUMA PRESS
Candles are seen at a Chapeco vigil on November 29. Agencia Estado/Cal Sport Media/ZUMA PRESS
Ana Maria holds a statue of Our Lady of Aparecida as she and her family mourn the loss of her son, journalist Guilherme Marques, during a ceremony in Rio de Janeiro on November 29. Leo Correa/AP
People surround a church during a memorial Mass in Chapeco on November 29. NELSON ALMEIDA/AFP/Getty Images
People attend a candlelight vigil in Bogota, Colombia, on November 29. LEONARDO MUNOZ/EPA