The Indonesian national Search and Rescue Authority, Basarnas, will call off its search for bodies from Indonesia AirAsia QZ8501 crash March 22. The aircraft, an Airbus A320-200, crashed Dec. 28 last year with 162 people on board while flying through rough weather from Surabaya, Indonesia to Singapore. To date, only 106 bodies have been recovered, some more than 100 miles outside the immediate crash area. The search for aircraft wreckage was called off earlier this month. Basarnas ...

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