The search for bodies at the El Al crash site ended Thursday, four days after the Israeli airliner tore into an apartment complex near Amsterdam, and Dutch officials confirmed a death toll of 50.
But they stressed that many more people are still missing, most likely forever. A formal list of the missing is to be issued today.
The El Al 747-200 cargo jet crashed 14 minutes after taking off from Schiphol Airport Sunday. It slammed into a high-rise apartment complex after losing at least one engine. The cause of the crash remains a mystery.