Liberian Inquiry into Guinean Military Air Crash, Bodies of Those Killed Returned to Conakry, and Opposition Postpones Its March
February 12, 2013
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Liberia initiated an inquiry into the crash of a Guinean military plane yesterday on its way to Monrovia. Eleven military officers were killed. Liberia asked Canadian authorities to analyze the black box and digital voice recordings to determine what happened.
This morning the bodies of the victims of the crash were returned to Guinea.
Alpha Conde called for three days of national morning through Wednesday.
As a result, the opposition its postponing its march, originally scheduled for tomorrow, and re-scheduling it for Monday, February 18.
More news as it becomes available.