Bodies reportedly recovered following Yemenia A310 crash

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Authorities have found bodies from the Yemenia passenger aircraft that crashed today in the Indian Ocean near the Comoros islands.

Yemeni aviation officials are quoted as saying bodies have been recovered. There is no mention of survivors from the Airbus A310 that was reportedly carrying 147 passengers and 11 crew.

The Airbus A310 crashed at around 0230 today while on a flight from Yemen's capital Sanaa to Moroni, the capital of the Comoros islands.

Government officials in Comoros are quoted as saying the weather conditions were rough and there were strong winds at the time of the crash.