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Indonesia to speed up release of Lion Air crash report: safety agency head

Reuters Friday, 15 March 2019
Indonesia plans to speed up the release of the report into its investigation of the October crash of Lion Air Boeing 737 that killed all 189 people on board to "between July to August", the head of the nation's transport safety committee KNKT said on Friday.
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