Ethiopia airlines crash: Families of victims visit site

The difficult work of finding the remains of those on board ill-fated Ethiopian Airlines flight 302 continues.

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    The families of those who died on board the Ethiopian Airlines flight 302 have been allowed to visit the site for the first time.

    A team from Boeing has arrived at the crash site in Ethiopia as the investigation into what went wrong enters its third day.

    Forensic and investigative teams from around the world are arriving to assist the Ethiopian effort.

    Al Jazeera's Mohammad Adow has more from Ejere in Ethiopia.


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