An Indonesian airliner has crashed into the sea with 189 people on board.

The Boeing 737, owned by the low-cost airline Lion Air, went down after taking off from the capital Jakarta.
Flight JT 610 was headed for the western city of Pangkal Pinang. Rescuers have recovered some bodies and personal items, including baby shoes.
There is no sign of survivors. The cause of the crash, which involved a plane that had been in operation since August, remains unclear.
The incident is reported to be the first major accident involving a Boeing 737 Max – an updated version of the 737.
Flight JT 610 took off from Jakarta at 06:20 on Monday (23:30 GMT on Sunday).It was due to arrive at Depati Amir airport in Pangkal Pinang an hour later but 13 minutes into the flight, authorities lost contact.
The pilot had asked to return to Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta airport, officials say.
Relatives of the passengers arrive at the crisis centre at Jakarta airport.The head of Indonesia’s disaster agency, Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, has tweeted images of debris and personal belongings that came from the aircraft and had been found floating in the sea.
What do we know about this aircraft?
The 737 Max series are the fastest-selling planes in Boeing history, and there are four models – the Max 7, Max 8, Max 9 and Max 10.The Boeing 737 Max 8 has been in commercial use since 2016.
The aircraft involved in the crash was made in 2018. It is a single aisle plane used for short-haul travel.