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Ethiopian Airlines crash families plead for site to reopen so they can find remains

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (CNN)Moshe Biton and Ilan Matsliah had never set eyes on one another before March 10.But in just two weeks, the men have formed a strong bond after being thrust together in the worst possible circumstances. The doomed Ethiopian Airline flight ET302 that crashed in a field, killing all 157 people on board, was carrying both of their older brothers. Avraham Matsliah, 50, was a sales director in charge of parts of Africa for an Israeli company. His friends called him Avi, his brother says. "Avi had a lot of fun," Matsliah says. "He was a very, very happy man. You can see it in all the pictures that he had. Every time he is smiling, a big smile even during bad moments." Since meeting in the aftermath of the tragedy, the t ...