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Only survior of Comoros plane crash recovers

2009-07-03 08:51:25 GMT2009-07-03 16:51:25 (Beijing Time)  SINA.com

Bahia Bakari recovers at Moroni hospital after she miraculously survived the Yemenia airliner crash off the Comoros, being ejected from the plane into pitch-black Indian Ocean waters. Bahia clung to debris, barely able to swim, after being thrown from the Yemeni jet that crashed into the Indian Ocean, officials said hailing the only survivor from the disaster.(AFP Photo)

Kassim Bakari (C), father of Franco-Comoran girl Bahia, the lone survivor of the crashed Yemenia aircraft, and French Minister of State for Cooperation and Francophony Alain Joyandet (R) attend a news conference at the Le Bourget airport near Paris July 2, 2009, after her arrival in France.(Reuters Photo)

Kassim Bakari, father of Franco-Comoran girl Bahia, the lone survivor of the crashed Yemenia aircraft, attends a news conference at the Le Bourget airport near Paris July 2, 2009, after her arrival in France.Reuters Photo

An ambulance escorts Franco-Comoran girl Bahia Bakari, the lone survivor of the crashed Yemenia aircraft, at the Le Bourget airport near Paris July 2, 2009, after her arrival in France. (Reuters Photo)

Bahia Bakari recovers at Moroni hospital after she miraculously survived the Yemenia airliner crash off the Comoros, being ejected from the plane into pitch-black Indian Ocean waters. (AFP Photo)

Bahia Bakari recovers at Moroni hospital after she miraculously survived the Yemenia airliner crash off the Comoros, being ejected from the plane into pitch-black Indian Ocean waters.

Bahia clung to debris, barely able to swim, after being thrown from the Yemeni jet that crashed into the Indian Ocean, officials said hailing the only survivor from the disaster.

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