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Indonesian National Transportation Safety Board chief Tatang Kurniadi (left), with the flight data recorder of the crashed Sukhoi Superjet 100, speaks May 31, 2012, during a press conference in Jakarta, Indonesia. Authorities found the flight data recorder of the Russian plane that slammed into a jungle-clad cliff atop an Indonesian volcano during a May 9 demonstration flight for potential buyers. (Associated Press)
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Indonesian National Transportation Safety Board chief Tatang Kurniadi (left), with the flight data recorder of the crashed Sukhoi Superjet 100, speaks May 31, 2012, during a press conference in Jakarta, Indonesia. Authorities found the flight data recorder of the Russian plane that slammed into a jungle-clad cliff atop an Indonesian volcano during a May 9 demonstration flight for potential buyers. (Associated Press)

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