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JPost Correspondent Seth J Frantzman on the scene near Harduf.
Widows of the two Israelis killed in the the crash of Ethiopian Airlines flight 302 must wait “several months” for identification of body parts to be released from their agunot status.
By JEREMY SHARON
The delegations, composed of nine different units, took samples from the families of the victims and pictures in hopes of using the families' information to help identify the deceased.
By YVETTE J. DEANE
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
A number of U.S. airlines, such as American Airlines, have said they will not ground their planes.
The tragic crash of Flight ET 302 near the town of Bishoftu claimed the lives of all 157 passengers.
By HAGAY HACOHEN
Netanyahu added that the Foreign Ministry was checking to see if there were any Israelis on the flight.
By HERB KEINON
A malfunction was discovered mid-flight in the aircraft's brakes.
Cpt. Or Na'aman, commander of the Patriot battery of the 138th battalion, also commanded interception of Syrian drone two weeks ago
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
By JONATHAN WEBER ROSEN
The technicians responsible for the installation of the joysticks did not have a high enough level of English to properly understand the guidelines.
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