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Seats, baggage and personal belongings of Air Asia passengers found

Indonesian Navy onboard the vessel KRI Bung Tomo displaying personal items recovered from ill-fated AirAsia flight QZ8501 lost in the Java Sea. (AFP)

Indonesian Navy commander of the KRI Bung Tomo, Colonel Yayan Sofyan, holding a piece of recovered wreckage from ill-fated AirAsia flight QZ8501 lost in the Java Sea. (AFP)

KRI Bung Tomo displaying a camera recovered from amongst personal items from ill-fated AirAsia flight QZ8501 lost in the Java Sea. (AFP)

Indonesian Navy onboard the vessel KRI Bung Tomo displaying recovered wreckage from ill-fated AirAsia flight QZ8501 lost in the Java Sea. (AFP)

KRI Bung Tomo displaying recovered wreckage from ill-fated AirAsia flight QZ8501 lost in the Java Sea. The search in the Java Sea entered its 10th day on January 6, struggling in bad weather to find more bodies or the "black box" flight data recorders which are crucial to determining the cause of the disaster. Thirty-seven people have so far been recovered, with teams still searching for the remains of the other 125 passengers, most of them Indonesian. (AFP)

An Indonesian officer holds newly recovered wreckage from AirAsia flight QZ8501 found during search operations in the Java sea, in Pangkalan Bun. (AFP)

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Indonesian officers carry a coffin with the remains of a passenger of the AirAsia flight 8501 in Pangkalan Bun. (AFP)

National Search and Rescue Agency personnel carry a bag containing parts of AirAsia Flight 8501 after being airlifted by a U.S. Navy helicopter at the airport in Pangkalan Bun, Indonesia. (AP)

Rescue team members and policemen lift a boat up onto the deck of the Search and Rescue (SAR) ship KN Purworejo during a search operation for passengers onboard AirAsia Flight QZ8501 in the Java Sea. (Reuters)

Indonesia Sea and Coast Guard carries remains of seats from the AirAsia flight QZ8501 crash from the Royal Malaysian Navy KD Kasturi at Port of Kumai. (Getty Images)

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