What You Need to Know in Aftermath of Ethiopian Airlines Crash

A memorial service has been held in Addis Ababa for the 157 people killed in the crash, and the families of the 17 Ethiopian dead were offered a bag of soil from the crash site to bury as most remains were burnt beyond recognition and will take about six months to be identified. According to reports, compensation will calculated by taking into consideration, the age and profession of the deceased. The country's transport minister has also said that the 'similarities' between this crash and Lion Air crash are 'clear'.

The funeral that was held for Ethiopian victims of the airline tragedy.

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