Ethiopia has declared Monday a day of national mourning after a Nairobi-bound Ethiopian Airlines plane crashed, killing all 157 people onboard.
The country has lowered her national flag as a sign of showing their grieve on what they called traumatic moment.
It is believed that the Ethipian airline, a Boeing 737-800MAX with flight number ET 302, lost contact at 08.44 am local time soon after taking off, at 08:38 am local time, from Bole International Airport in the Ethiopian capital.
Among the dead were tourists, business travellers, and at least a dozen UN staff, including some who worked for the World Food Programme, the UN refugee agency (UNHCR), the International Organization for Migration, and the World Bank.
However, the information concerning the cause of the Airline clash is still uncertain.
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