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No technical problems found in Libyan crash

June 1 - The Libyan airliner that crashed on May 12 killing 103 people did not have any technical problems, said the prosecutor's office on Sunday citing an initial probe.


"No technical problem has been reported. All the equipment functioned normally," Ali Suyah, who heads the office of Libya's state prosecutor, told journalists. He also clarified that the crash was not "an act of terrorism."
The Afriqiyah Airways crash caused 103 people to lose their lives when the airline’s plane Airbus A330-200 flight from Johannesburg to Tripoli crashed on landing in the Libyan capital. A nine-year-old Dutch boy was the sole survivor of the crash.

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