A grieving relative is held back by others at the scene where the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8 crashed in March 2019. (AP Photo/Mulugeta Ayene)
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The last remains of 157 people killed aboard an Ethiopian Airlines plane in March were interred at the crash site this week, farmers and families told Reuters, but some relatives were upset they had been unable to take part in the ceremony.Nadia Milleron, whose daughter Samya Stumo was killed, said an email was sent to some families – but not all – notifying them of the burial, just two days before it happened.Families have been begging the airline to fill in the crater left by the March 10 crash, which still contained remains too small to be recovered.
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