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AIRASIA CRASH

Pings detected in hunt for black boxes

But another day of rough seas foils divers' efforts to track down the black boxes, or to retrieve the plane's tail

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ROUGH GOING: Indonesian navy divers heading for the navy vessel KRI Banda Aceh during operations to lift the tail of AirAsia QZ8501 in the Java Sea on Friday, after pings were detected.

Pangkalan Bun, Indonesia

SIGNALS believed to be from the black box data recorders of crashed AirAsia Flight 8501 were detected on Friday, Indonesian authorities said, offering the strongest lead that could explain the disaster.

However, more of the bad weather that has plagued the

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