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Relatives of the victims pray during a Buddhist ritual near the wreckage of TransAsia Airways plane Flight GE235 after it crash landed into a river, in New Taipei City

TransAsia crash: One engine went idle 37 seconds into flight and pilots 'switched other off'

Investigators believed the pilots may have been trying to re-start the engines

TransAsia crash: Hero pilots died clutching joystick after steering plane through skyscrapers

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TransAsia crash: Family avoided potential death after changing seats just before plane took off

At least 32 people died when flight GE235 crashed into an elevated highway shortly after taking off from the capital, Taipei

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Relatives of the victims pray during a Buddhist ritual near the wreckage of TransAsia Airways plane Flight GE235 after it crash landed into a river, in New Taipei City, February 5, 2015.

Audio released of TransAsia pilot's last words: ‘Mayday, mayday, engine flameout’

Audio reveals the last moments of flight GE235 - and will be vital for the crash investigation

Car in China plunges into frozen reservoir

Video: Men escape through car window moments before vehicle plunges into frozen reservoir

The vehicle was drifting on the frozen reservoir when the its back wheels broke through the ice

Relatives of the victims pray during a Buddhist ritual near the wreckage of TransAsia Airways plane Flight GE235 after it crash landed into a river, in New Taipei City, February 5, 2015.

Taiwan plane crash: Family moved seats before take-off and survived

Rescue teams will continue searching for survivors yesterday, after 31 people were confirmed dead yesterday

The Chinese Communist Party cracks down on religion: All party members must be atheist

If members have practiced religion in the past they must 'rectify' their beliefs

The man is believed to have staged fake medical studies to lure his victims

'Fake doctor' drugged and raped over 100 women during sham medical studies in Japan

He posted footage of the attacks online and sold it as porn

China to ban online pseudonyms and parody accounts, as it forces internet users to give their real names

Experts say the ruling will crack down on internet activism

The driver can be seen climbing out of the vehicle here

TransAsia GE235 crash: Images show taxi driver hit by aircraft walking away from vehicle

His windscreen shattered and the side of his car was crushed by the impact of the aircraft

Rescue personnel work to free passengers from a TransAsia ATR 72-600 turboprop plane that crash-landed into a river outside Taiwan's capital Taipei

Taiwan plane crash: Who are TransAsia Airways – and what is their safety record?

At least 12 people have died after a TransAsia plane clipped a bridge and crashed into a river near the Taiwanese capital, Taipei

Taiwan TransAsia flight GE235 crash: Amazing video shows toddler rescued from wreckage

The child appears unhurt as it is taken to the shore

TransAsia flight 235 crash: 'Last communication' from pilot 'Mayday Mayday engine flameout'

The flight was carrying 58 people when it crashed into the Keelung River

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