In­done­sia to in­spect planes af­ter disas­ter

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In­done­sia or­dered the in­spec­tion of all Boe­ing 737Max planes yes­ter­day as res­cue teams re­cov­ered more vic­tims from a new Lion Air jet that plunged into the sea with 189 peo­ple on board. But the Trans­port Min­is­ter stopped short of ground­ing new mod­els. On a dock­side in Jakarta, of­fi­cials sep­a­rated hu­man re­mains from plane de­bris and per­sonal ef­fects. The body parts will be sent to hospi­tal for DNA test­ing. Flight JT610 crashed into the Java Sea mo­ments af­ter it re­quested to re­turn to Jakarta on Mon­day. It lost al­ti­tude and van­ished from radar 12 min­utes af­ter take-off.

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