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Relatives of Yemeni crash victims arrive at crisis center

2009-07-01 07:21:18 GMT2009-07-01 15:21:18 (Beijing Time)  SINA.com

Relatives and friends of passengers aboard the Airbus flight A310-300 from Yemen arrive at a crisis center at Charles de Gaulle airport near Paris, June 30, 2009. (Reuters Photo)

Relatives and friends of passengers aboard the Airbus flight A310-300 from Yemen arrive at a crisis center at Charles de Gaulle airport near Paris, June 30, 2009. (Reuters Photo)

Relatives and friends of passengers aboard the Airbus flight A310-300 from Yemen arrive at a crisis center at Charles de Gaulle airport near Paris, June 30, 2009. (Reuters Photo)

A Yemenia airlines Airbus 310-300 taxis on the tarmac of Charles De Gaulle International Airport in Paris in this July 27, 2002 file photo. (Reuters Photo)

A Yemenia airlines Airbus 310-300 taxis on the tarmac of Charles De Gaulle International Airport in Paris in this July 27, 2002 file photo. (Reuters Photo)

An Airbus A310-300 of the Yemen airline Yemenia Airways with 153 people on board, including 66 French nationals, crashed into choppy seas as it tried to land in bad weather on the Indian Ocean archipelago of Comoros on Tuesday, officials said.

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