Human remains and personal belongings were still scattered across the site of the Ethiopian Airlines crash a month after it happened, a relative of one of the victims has claimed.
The London-based relative, whose sister died in the crash, told The Telegraph she was "horrified" to discover "what appeared to be an arm and a fragment of bone" when she visited the spot where 157 people lost their lives in March.
She shared photographs showing children’s shoes and other personal effects lying uncollected on the ground, taken 28 days after the tragedy, she said.
The relative, who does not want to be identified, also claimed the site wasn’t properly secured with gaps in the perimeter allowing people…
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