Relatives of 13 people who died a the 1998 Swissair Flight 111 crashoff the coast of Nova Scotia have sued the airline and its aircraftmanufacturer in Miami federal court.

They join more than 160 other families who are seeking $16 billion indamages for the wrongful deaths of their loved ones, with most of thesuits filed in federal courts for the Eastern and Southern districts ofNew York.

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