Investigators: No problems with Polish plane

(AP) - Russian investigators say readings fromflight recorders indicate that there were no technical problems with Polish President Lech Kaczynski's Soviet-made plane that crashed, killing him and 95 other people.

In footage broadcast on Poland's TVN24 Monday, the investigatorstold Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin the pilot was warned ofbad weather over the airport in Smolensk, western Russia, beforethe plane crashed while approaching the airport on Saturday.

Kaczynski's body returned to Warsaw on Sunday. Forensic expertsand families are working to identify other bodies - including thefirst lady's - and say DNA tests will be necessary in many cases.

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