Ethiopian Crash: Law Student, UN Staff, Scholar Among Dead

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Ethiopian Crash: Law Student, UN Staff, Scholar Among Dead

Sunday's Ethiopian Airline crash is truly an international tragedy.

The Nairobi, Kenya-bound plane went down within minutes of taking off from Addis Ababa.

CNN reports The crash killed 157 people, seven of them crew members and one a security official.

The passengers were from 35 nations, the airline said, with the greatest share from Kenya.

Nineteen United Nations staff members were among those killed, the UN said.

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Ethiopian Crash: Law Student, UN Staff, Scholar Among Dead

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