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"Similarities" in crashes, Ethiopian official says

CLOSE Relatives and officials visit Ethiopian aviation accident, while a pilot says preliminary data show that the aircraft's pilots "had lost control". (the 13th of March) AP In a day when thousands mourned the 157 victims of the last Sunday's Ethiopian Airlines crash, Transport Minister Dagmawit said Moges that "clear similarities" were found between that accident and a lethal Lion …

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Ethiopian Airlines crash data show "clear similarities" with Lion Air accident, says Transport Minister

Preliminary data retrieved from the Ethiopian aircraft crashing last week with 157 people on board showed "clear similarities" to the Lion Air flight that entered the sea shortly after its launch in October in Indonesia, Ethiopia's transport minister said Sunday. [19659002] Officials retrieved the black box Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 in "good condition" and was able to "extract almost all …

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Donald Trump Jr. defends Chelsea Clinton after the students blame her for the Christchurch Mosque's terrorist attack

Donald Trump Jr. has been defended by Chelsea Clinton after the students in New York launched a surprising verbal attack on the heavily pregnant former first daughter who blamed her for the Christchurch mosques massacre. President's son tweeted: "It's sick to see people blaming @ChelseaClinton for NZ attacks, because she spoke against anti-Semitism. " We should all condemn anti-Semitism and …

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Ethiopia's official: Black box data shows "clear similarities" between Ethiopian airlines, Lion Air crashes

Ethiopian Airlines cabin crews, as pallet carriers, carry the coffin of one of the colleagues who was on the flight from Ethiopian airlines crashing last week. Paul Schemm Foreign editor at night, based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia March 17 at 19:55 ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia – Ethiopia's transport minister said on Sunday that Information from the flight database on the Ethiopian …

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Cyclon Idai sweeps across Zimbabwe and kills dozens

"We've lost 31 Zimbabwe," informed the Information Ministry of Twitter on Saturday and added that people have been "swept" in the floods that have claimed dozens of homes and caused huge infrastructure damage. The National Civil Protection Unit, according to officials, leads the rescue, with the help of Zimbabwe's Red Cross and the International Organization for Migration. Forty people are …

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Empty coffins by Ethiopian Airline Crash 157 victims burial: NPR

Mourning sorrows beside empty caps at a mass burial at the Holy Trinity Cathedral in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on Sunday. Mulugeta Ayene / AP hide caption change caption Mulugeta Ayene / AP Mourners lurks next to empty baskets at a mass burial at the Holy Trinity Cathedral in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on Sunday. Mulugeta Ayene / AP Relatives of the …

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Mosque massacre shooters family: "We are all gobsmacked"

The family of the white supremacist pistolist who slaughtered 50 people in New Zealand's mosque photography, apologized for their actions on Sunday and said they are "gobsmacked". Brenton Tarrant's uncle Terry Fitzgerald said that his nephew's bloodbath was released on two Christchurch mosques on Friday's "just not right". "We are so sorry for the families … for the dead and …

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Cyclone Idai kills at least 150 in Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe

HARARE, Zimbabwe – The death aid from a major cyclone who beat Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe last week stood 150 on Sunday, with hundreds more missing and tens of thousands of others severed and cut off from roads and telephones to mostly poor, rural areas, officials said. The cyclone named Idai has hit more than 1.5 million people in the …

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Trump keeps pushing for his border wall. But the nation's immigration problems extend well beyond that.

But other critical immigration components are floundering, leaving the nation's immigration system in a vulnerable position at the time of need, several administration officials, and customs this month. Despite the administration's unrelenting push for physical barriers and aggressive immigration policies, Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said the US is on track to apprehend approximately 900,000 people along the southern border …

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