Rescuers at the site of a plane crash in southern China found burnt wreckage and personal belongings of those on board, but no sign of any survivors.
China Eastern flight MU5735 was carrying 132 people when it plunged 30,000ft into hills in Guangxi.
The cause of the Boeing crash is being investigated. Recovery work has been hampered by difficult terrain.
There has been an outpouring of grief in China, where families of those on board are waiting anxiously for news.
Although the search for survivors is continuing, there has been no word of anyone found alive, while neither local media nor the authorities have reported any finding of human remains.
Rescuers have so far found parts of the 737’s wreckage. State broadcasters showed images of the charred remains of letters, bags, wallets and identity cards belonging to those on board. End.