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Christchurch attack: New Zealand Arder orders the top-level request

Image Copyright Getty Images Captions The Prime Minister said the survey would look at the role of social media played in the attacks New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has commissioned a top survey on Christchurch's mosque attacks that left 50 people dead. She said that a royal commission would investigate if police and intelligence services could have done more …

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Thai election 2019: Pro-military party takes the lead in the first post coupon

With 94% of the votes counted Sunday night, the pro-military Palang Pracharat party started 7.69 million votes, while the main opposition Pheu Thai Party, adapted to the ousted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, received 7.2 million votes. Thaksin or leaders affiliated to him have previously won every election since 2001. The poor who show in Monday's early survey results can …

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Netanyahu Lands in U.S., but New Scandal Could Mar His Big Moment

"The sale of submarines, or to give permission to sell submarines to a neighboring state, this is not a special operation in the middle of the night," he told reporters. "This is going to affect us for many years to come, and it cannot but take place through the formal channels." "It makes no sense," he added. “Why do we …

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What happens this week? – BBC News

It's Monday and we have a busy week ahead. Here are some of the most important and interesting stories in the next seven days. 1) Brexit votes (Yes, more of them) Image copyright Getty Images What happens? Britain's Parliament is expected to have several votes on Brexit this week – including vote on Prime Minister Theresa Mays recall agreement. How …

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The United States sails two ships through the Taiwan Strait before trade negotiations in Beijing

The US marine destroyer, USS Curtis Wilbur and the US Coast Guard cutter, USCGC Bertholf, "conducted a routine stretch of the Taiwan Strait on March 24-25 (local time) in accordance with international law," said the Navy's seventh fleet in a statement. "Sagittarius transit through the Taiwan Strait shows the US commitment to a free and open Indo-Pacific," Cdr. Clay Doss, …

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Video shows Viking Sky cruise ship thrown into chaos at sea

Wild Viking Sky Cruise ship showcases nearly 45 degrees in choppy waters, shipping passengers and furniture sliding across rooms and tiles falling from the ceiling. 24 hours after it issued a mayday call when it suffered engine trouble at sea Photos show the ship rocking along Norway's rough, frigid western waters as it tried to avoid colliding with the rocky …

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Boeing test software changes to 737 MAX plan

The changes are intended to reduce the risk of triggering the Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System, or MCAS, which is believed to have played a role in the Lion Air crash in October. The Federal Aviation Administration has said there are similarities between this crash and a second 737 MAX crash earlier this month in Ethiopia. Pilots and training staff from …

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At 737 Max Factory, Pilots simulates New Boeing Software

A leading theory is that the Lion Air flight crashed because the anti-stall software received incorrect data, forcing the plane into a nose dive. The Ethiopia Airlines flight also crashed after an uneven start. In simulations with the current software, pilots could disable the anti-theft software with existing procedures and safely land the aircraft. The simulations with the updated software …

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Royal court advisers kicked over Khashoggi and killed "not on trial" | News

A Saudi royal adviser fired by journalist Jamal Khashoggi is not among the 11 suspects who are the subject of trial in secret hearings in Riyadh despite Saudi Arabian duties to bring those responsible to justice. Sources familiar with the issue have told Reuters news agency. 19659002] Saudi prosecutors charged 11 anonymized suspects in November, including five who could suffer …

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