A Tupolev Tu-134 crashed in the independent Turkic state of Kyrgyzstan at the airport of the city of Osh. 31 people have reportedly been injured.
Reports say the airliner made a rough landing in heavy fog, then proceeded to run off the runway where a wing broke off and the aircraft rolled over.
There were apparently 95 on board the state airline Kyrgyzstan.
The Tupolev Tu-134 has been the workhorse of Soviet passenger aviation for decades but have been plagued by terrible safety statistics, most likely due to aging aircraft and sub-standard maintenance.
Kyrgyzstan is located in central Asia essentially within Russia.
UPDATE: Here is some raw video of the aftermath of the crash: