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Alex Shepherd
26-01-10, 04:44
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A Lebanese coast guard helicopter flies over a United Nations rescue ship at the area where an Ethiopian Airlines plane crashed in the Mediterranean Sea near Beirut airport, Lebanon, 25 January 2010. An Ethiopian Airlines passenger plane carrying 92 people crashed into the Mediterranean Sea shortly after taking off from Beirut airport. At least 28 bodies have been recovered, with no apparent sign of survivors among the 90 passengers and crew. EPA/NABIL MOUNZER

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(FILE) An a Aerial photograph shows general view of Beirut International Airport, Lebanon, 26 August 2009. Media report that an Ethiopian Airlines passenger plane has crashed into the Mediterranean Sea shortly after taking off from Beirut airport, 25 January 2010. Lebanese aviation sources said the plane was heading for the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa and had 85 passengers on board. An Ethiopian Airlines plane with 90 people on board crashed into the Mediterranean sea shortly after taking off from Beirut international airport in the early hours of Monday, the Lebanese transport minister said. An Ethiopian airliner transporting 90 passengers and crew including two Britons crashed in stormy weather just after takeoff in Lebanon, the passengers include 54 Lebanese, 22 Ethiopians, one Iraqi, one French woman, one Syrian and seven crew members. There were also several dual nationals including two Britons of Lebanese origin, one Canadian-Lebanese and a Russian-Lebanese and Marla Sanchez Pietton, the wife of the French ambassador to Lebanon, was one of the passengers on board Flight 409 when it crashed. EPA/WAEL HAMZEH

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Ethiopian women stand at the coast after an Ethiopian Airlines plane crashed in the Mediterranean Sea near Beirut airport, Lebanon, 25 January 2010. An Ethiopian Airlines passenger plane carrying 92 people crashed into the Mediterranean Sea shortly after taking off from Beirut airport. At least 28 bodies have been recovered, with no apparent sign of survivors among the 90passengers and crew. EPA/NABIL MOUNZER

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Lebanese civilian defense workers collect debris of an Ethiopian Airlines plane that crashed in the Mediterranean Sea near Beirut airport, Lebanon, 25 January 2010. An Ethiopian Airlines passenger plane carrying 92 people crashed into the Mediterranean Sea shortly after taking off from Beirut airport. At least 28 bodies have been recovered, with no apparent sign of survivors among the 90 passengers and crew. EPA/NABIL MOUNZER

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Rescue ships continue to search for survivors at the area where an Ethiopian Airlines plane crashed in the Mediterranean Sea near Beirut airport, Lebanon, 25 January 2010. An Ethiopian Airlines passenger plane carrying 92 people crashed into the Mediterranean Sea shortly after taking off from Beirut airport. At least 28 bodies have been recovered, with no apparent sign of survivors among the 90 passengers and crew. EPA/WAEL HAMZEH

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Relatives of Lebanese victim Khalil Saleh mourn on the coast at the area where an Ethiopian Airlines plane crashed in the Mediterranean Sea near Beirut airport, Lebanon, 25 January 2010. EPA/NABIL MOUNZER


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A Lebanese civilian defense worker collects debris of an Ethiopian Airlines plane that crashed in the Mediterranean Sea near Beirut airport, Lebanon, 25 January 2010. An Ethiopian Airlines passenger plane carrying 92 people crashed into the Mediterranean Sea shortly after taking off from Beirut airport. At least 28 bodies have been recovered, with no apparent sign of survivors among the 90 passengers and crew. EPA/NABIL MOUNZER

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ShadyCroft
26-01-10, 12:31
oh yes, this is very sad news ! :( May those who died rest in peace and may God be with their families and relatives.

Dennis's Mom
26-01-10, 13:02
Wow. Those are rough seas. I'm sorry for the victims families. Thanks for the pictures. I hadn't seen any yet.

iraidt
26-01-10, 19:28
It's so sad and awful :( May god be with them!