Kenyans mourn victims of the Ethiopian Airline plane crash

Those mourning loved ones lost on Flight ET 302 are trying to be patient as the government conducts its investigation, but just want the whole process to be over so they can begin to heal.

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    A priest, a mother, her daughter, three grandchildren and a pilot were some of 32 Kenyan victims killed in Sunday's Ethiopian Airlines crash.

    Though the 157 people on board were from 35 nations, Kenya suffered the highest number of fatalities.

    Al Jazeera's Catherine Soi spoke to some of the families of those who died.


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