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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - David Oke
The Nigerian government on Tuesday "indefinitely suspended" the license of the air carrier involved in Sunday's crash in Lagos that killed all 153 people aboard and an unknown number on the ground, a spokesman for Nigeria's aviation ministry said.
Professor David Oke, the chief medical director of the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, told the dozens of families that the morgue had received about 40 bodies.
He said among those already identified were the bodies of a Chinese citizen and a Canadian.