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A crew of an Indonesian Air Force C-130 airplane of the 31st Air Squadron uses a binocular to scan the horizon during the search operation for AirAsia flight 8501 over the waters of Karimata Strait in Indonesia, Monday, Dec. 29, 2014. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara)

(Bloomberg) — Indonesian search crews recovered debris and bodies floating in the sea from the AirAsia airliner that went missing three days ago with 162 people on board, as investigators seek to determine what brought down the plane.

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