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French soldiers at the site of the plane crash in Mali last July. Officials then believed the most likely reason for the catastrophe that killed all onboard was bad weather. (AP Photo/ECPAD)

(Bloomberg) — The crash of Air Algerie MD-83 in Mali last July, an accident that claimed 116 lives, was triggered by the icing of pressure probes after pilots failed to turn on anti-icing systems, investigators said.

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