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Both flight recorders retrieved from Ethiopian 737 crash site

Recovery personnel have retrieve both flight recorders from the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8 which crashed shortly after take-off from Addis Ababa on 10 March.

The airline states that personnel have recovered the cockpit-voice and digital flight-data recorder from the crash site.

It reiterates that the carrier has grounded the remainder of its 737 Max fleet pending clarification over the cause of the accident.

None of the 149 passengers and eight crew members survived the crash involving the Nairobi-bound aircraft, which had only been delivered to Ethiopian on 15 November.

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