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Indonesia extends Lion Air crash search

SBS Sunday, 4 November 2018
A search in Indonesia involving hundreds of personnel and dozens of ships for the Lion Air jet will continue for another three days.
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Indonesian investigators believe they have found the flight data recorders from Lion Air Flight JT10, a discovery that should help explain why the new Boeing 737 crashed Monday, killing all 189 people on board.The black box is thought to house the flight data and cockpit voice recorder. Video showed...

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