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Ethiopian Airlines 'Interested' in Report of Bomb Aboard Crashed Jet PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 04 April 2010 21:55

Ethiopian Airlines officials are closely following a report that a captured terrorism suspect has told of a bomb aboard a plane that crashed off the coast of Lebanon in January. Investigators have not determined the cause more than two months after the crash.

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