Friday, May 12, 2006

Armenian Jet Crash Kills 113

Carnations float in the Black Sea to commemorate the victims of an Armenian Airlines plane that crashed into the Black Sea. Anguished relatives faced the grim ordeal of identifying their loved ones as rescue workers stepped up the search for bodies, debris and the data recorders of the plane.(AFP/Danis Sinyakov)

Thursday of identifying bodies of some of the 113 passengers and crew killed when their Armenian airliner crashed into the Black Sea off Russia's coast. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin

People light candles during a special ceremony to mourn victims of the Armenian airliner crash at the southern Russian resort of Sochi, Friday, May 5, 2006. The Airbus A-320, which belonged to the Armenian airline Armavia, carrying 113 people crashed in stormy weather early Wednesday off Russia's Black Sea coast as it was headed in for landing, killing everyone on board. (AP Photo/Karen Minasian)

The tail section of a crashed Tupolev sits on a street in Ueberlingen, southern Germany, in this July 2, 2002 file picture. A German court on Thursday May 11, 2006 began hearing a Russian airline's civil case against Germany over an in-flight collision in 2002 that killed 71 people, including 45 Russian children on their way to a summer vacation in Spain. The Bashkirian Airlines' suit seeks euro 3.3 million (US$4.2 million) in damages from Germany for the collision of one of its passenger jetliners with a DHL cargo aircraft in German airspace. (AP Photo/Christof Stache)

No comments: