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Ethiopian airlines said Saturday that DNA testing on the remains of the one hundred and fifty seven passengers killed on board flight three zero two may take up to six months , a team of investigators in Paris is begun examining the black box recorders recovered from the site where the Boeing seven three seven Max a plane crash last week shortly after taking off from Addis Ababa initial conclusions are expected in a few days in the mean time Boeing is planning to release upgraded software for it seven three seven Max in the next week to ten days sources say the US plane maker has been working on a software upgrade for an anti store system and pilot displays in the wake of the deadly line that crash in Indonesia in October which killed one hundred and eighty nine people similarities between the line our deep European airline crashes have raised fresh questions about the system but so far there's no evidence to suggest that the software was to blame for either incidents , %HESITATION Boeing Max jets of now being grounded worldwide because of concerns about parallels between the two questions , on Friday investigators found a possible clue at the crash site a key part of the plane's tail the horizontal stabilizer is reportedly set in an unusual position similar to that seen in the wreckage of the Indonesian Max eight the position of the stabilize that could help determine whether the plane was set nose down first steep dive