Search resumes for Indonesian jetliner

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January 3, 2007 04:12

Ships and planes resumed searching Wednesday for a missing jetliner in Indonesia, a day after authorities shocked passengers' relatives by saying that initial reports of finding the wreckage and possible survivors had been wrong. Loved ones of the 102 people aboard the Adam Air flight learned late Tuesday that officials were backtracking on their announcement that the Boeing 737's crash site had been found in mountainous area of northern Indonesia


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