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Libya crash investigators say no technical fault

Data retrieved so far from an Airbus A330 which crashed in Libya on May 12 has revealed no evidence of any technical failure with the aircraft before the crash, a Libyan commission of investigation said.

world Updated: May 30, 2010 16:39 IST

Data retrieved so far from an Airbus A330 which crashed in Libya on May 12 has revealed no evidence of any technical failure with the aircraft before the crash, a Libyan commission of investigation spokesperson said.

"There is no sign indicating a technical failure in the plane before the incident, according to data recovered up until now from the two black boxes," commission chief Naji Dhaw said in a preliminary report seen by Reuters.

The report also ruled out an explosion or fire on board the plane before the crash, which killed 103 people, and said there was no evidence it was caused by an act of terrorism.