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UPDATE: All 157 People On Board Ethiopian Airlines Confirmed Dead After Crash

UPDATE: All 157 People On Board Ethiopian Airlines Confirmed Dead After Crash 1

All 157 people on board an Ethiopian Airlines plane which crashed this Sunday morning are confirmed to have been killed in the tragedy.

There were 147 passengers and eight crew members on board the airline. The passenger on board was reportedly from 33 nationalities.

Earlier we reported the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 plane on a routine flight to Nairobi, Kenya from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, crashed shortly after take off.

The flight lost contact six minutes after it set off at 8.44am local time (05:38). It had been expected to arrive in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, in just over two hours.

The first word of the crash came when Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed expressed his “deepest condolences” on Twitter.

Boeing are reported to be ‘monitoring’ the situation in Ethiopia.

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