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Ethiopian Plane Crash: What We Know and Do not Know

The airline crashes on Sunday, September 30, 2009 – The second in less than five months of the same year, with the same new model of plane. Shortly after the Boeing 737 Max 8 took off from Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia, bound for Nairobi, Kenya, the pilot sent a distress call and received permission to return to the …

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China orders all Boeing 737 MAX after Ethiopian plane crash

China Civil Aviation Authority issued a statement Monday morning that all domestic Boeing 737 MAX 8 jets would be out of service by 18:00. Local time due to its principle of zero tolerance for security risks. The Ethiopian Airlines incident was the second time in less than six months that a new Boeing plane crashed into flight for just a …

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After the Ethiopian air disaster, there is a look at the most common crashes of aircraft

Where are commercial plane crashes most common? A look at the crashes of the last five years shows something surprising: No country or region is particularly dangerous for air travel. The tragedy has struck Russia from Colombia for reasons as diverse as pilot error, system failure or terrorism. Here are miniature sketches of the 18 crashes presented since 2014, which …

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Ethiopian Airlines crash kills 157, spreads worldwide grief

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia – An Ethiopian Airlines plane crashed and crashed shortly after departure from the country's capital. He made a cut in the earth and spread the mourning worldwide to 35 countries that had someone among the 157 people killed There was no immediate indication as to why the plane in clear weather during a flight to Nairobi, the …

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U. N. and other humanitarian workers were killed in the plane crashes of the airline Ethiopian Airlines

A chief executive overseeing the Tamarind group, a company that runs restaurants and restaurants in Kenya, was also killed, according to a Facebook post by the Tamarind Tree Hotel. The hotel announced the death of Chief Executive Jonathan Seex with "immense shock and sadness." The airline identified the pilot as Yared Getachew and the first officer as Ahmednur Mohammed. It …

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No survivors on a crashed Ethiopian Airlines flight: State TV

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia – An Ethiopian Airlines flight crashed on Sunday morning shortly after takeoff from the Ethiopian capital, killing all 157 people aboard Addis Ababa and the Nairobi target. It was not immediately clear what crashed the Boeing 737-8 MAX aircraft, which was new and delivered to the airline in November. Ethiopian Airlines, widely regarded as Africa's best-managed airline, …

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Ethiopian Airlines crashes: Boeing 737 crashes near Addis Ababa

The aircraft, a Boeing 737-800MAX with flight number ET 302, lost its flight at 08:44 local time shortly after takeoff, at 08:38 local time from Bole International Airport in the Ethiopian capital airline said in a statement. The plane crashed at Bishoftu southeast of Addis Ababa. The airline believes that 149 passengers and eight crew members were on board. "Search …

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British Museum agrees to return Ethiopian Emperor's Hair news

Correction 04/03/2019: An earlier version of this story reported that the two locks of hair that belonged to Emperor Tewodros II were exhibited at the Victoria and Albert Museum (V & A) exhibition. That was wrong. The hair was never displayed by the V & A. It was exhibited by the National Army Museum. Two strands of hair from the …

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Small new golden frog species discovered on remote Ethiopian mountains

New "Gold" frogs less than 1 cm in length and long toes are discovered by scientists exploring a remote Ethiopian mountain. The newly discovered species is known as Phrynobatrachus bibita sp. November DNA tests show that it is genetically different from other puddle frogs. They have a golden hue, a slender body with long legs, elongated fingers and toes Ethiopia …

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