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Ethiopian Airlines: Boeing 737 Max relatives of the crash offered the land for a ceremony



  UN workers complain to their colleagues during Ethiopian Airlines' 302 plane catastrophe near Adis Abeba, Ethiopia Image copyright

UN officials complain to colleagues during the a ceremony at the site of the catastrophe near Addis Ababa

Ethiopian Airlines proposed to the relatives of the 1

57 victims of the Boeing 737 Max plane crash with burned earth to bury their relatives, reported

The land from the crash site is available for

Families have been notified , it may take up to six months to identify the remains.

Countries around the world landed 737 Max 8 and 9 after flight 302 crashed to 10

Ethiopian Transport Minister said on Saturday that it may take a long time for investigators to find out the cause of the crash with the new aircraft.

"An investigation of this magnitude requires careful analysis and a considerable amount of time with something specific," said Dagmavit Moges at a press conference

The relatives of the passengers killed in the incident are encouraged to provide DNA samples either in Addis Ababa or in all

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Candles are burned for victims at the crash days of Ethiopian Airlines after the airplane went down

Families that mourn the victims are offered as a bag of 1kg of charred soils to be buried as part of a Sunday service in the capital of Ethiopia.

"The soil came because it was impossible to identify bodies and deliver remains to family members," one family member said, adding: "We will not rest until we get the actual body or parts of our loved ones

Ethiopian catastrophe investigations are supported by teams from around the world, including the United States and France.

Travelers from more than 30 countries were on board Ethiopian Airlines from Addis Ababa to Nairobi

flight data of the airplane (FDR) and the recording device (CVR), or black boxes, as they are often called, have been restored and investigators hope to shed light on the tragedy


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