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Search for Lion Air crash victims ends

The Age Saturday, 10 November 2018
Search for Lion Air crash victims endsIndonesian authorities say they have stopped the search for victims of a plane crash that killed all 189 people on board, but would keep looking for the Lion Air flight's second black box, the cockpit voice recorder.
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