A Lebanese forensics team has returned from Ethiopia with DNA samples from relatives to help identify victims of the Ethiopian Airlines plane crash last week south of Beirut, officials said Tuesday.
The Boeing 737 crashed into the Mediterranean Sea on Jan. 25 just minutes after takeoff from Beirut in a fierce thunderstorm. All 90 people on board were presumed dead and the plane’s black box and main body have not been found. Washington Post
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