Remi Jouty (L), president of France's BEA air accident investigator, and Malian Civil Aviation Accident and Incident Investigation Commission President N'Faly Cisse attend a press conference at the ... more 
Remi Jouty (L), president of France's BEA air accident investigator, and Malian Civil Aviation Accident and Incident Investigation Commission President N'Faly Cisse attend a press conference at the French Investigation and Analyze Office (BEA) headquarters in Le Bourget near Paris, August 7, 2014. The cockpit voice recorder from the Air Algerie flight that crashed last month in northern Mali, killing all 116 passengers and crew, is unreadable on preliminary findings, investigators said on Thursday. The McDonnell Douglas MD-83 aircraft en route to Algiers smashed into the ground on July 24 south of the Malian town of Gossi. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: DISASTER) less 
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