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red cross workers sift through the wreckage at the scene of the Ethiopian airlines crash on Monday morning collecting remains in plastic bags as an excavator dog at the site the airline said on Monday that both the cockpit voice recorder and the flight data recorder have now been recovered , the Boeing seven three seven MAX eight passenger jets bound for Nairobi crashed minutes after taking off from Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa on Sunday killing all a hundred and fifty seven people on board , it was the same model of at Croft involved in the line at crash in Indonesia lost yet costing a hundred ninety nine lives as the investigation begins into what went wrong expensive said that it's too early to say if there's a direct connection between the accidents on Monday betting set there was no need to issue new guidance to operate as of at seven three seven MAX eight at Croft based on the investigation so far box company says took a hit in early trading sliding nine percent , China's civil aviation regulator has ordered its allies to grounds that Boeing seven three seven MAX eight planes not more than a quarter of the global fleet of the jets Ethiopian airlines on Cayman Airways have also grounded the plane even though the cools of Sunday's crash is still unknown expressing our deepest condolences to the victims on board the cross jets came from thirty three different countries some of those were United Nations staff heading to Nairobi for the U. N. environment program assembly the absence was marked with a one minute silence at the start of the conference