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Lagos falls: & # 39; Everything needs to run for their life & # 39;

Witnesses describe their terror as a building containing a school that fell to Lagos, Nigeria. The building, known as "distressed" and listed for demolition, has fallen early Wednesday. There were angry scenes on the site as rescuers and local men searched for survivors, and family members took up the place in the hope of seeing their loved ones. Source link

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In the current meeting with Boeing overseers, pilots are burning in the dark in the software of the plane

Aaron Gregg Reporter covering the defense industry and government contractors. Jonathan O & # 39; Connell Reporter covering economic growth with a focus on commercial real estate and the Trump Organization Faiz Siddiqui Local reporter covering the DC Metro , Uber and Lyft, -up March 13 at 9:38 Boeing overseers sit down last November with pilots at the low-slung headquarters …

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Three generations of a family lost the Ethiopian Airlines crash

"My heart is not really excited, I feel something bad in the future, but I do not know what," the WhatsApp message read. Kelly Karanja told her older sister to pray about it and asked her when the family would come to Kenya. "The 10th will let you know the time," Caroline – also known as Carol – responded. Karanja …

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US forces kill five Afghan soldiers in 'self-defense' airstrikes

The Afghan government issued a statement saying that five Afghan soldiers were killed and 10 were wounded in the strikes – numbers the coalition is also accepting, an official told CNN. US and coalition officials told CNN that the strikes were launched Wednesday morning local time after a US-Afghan convoy came under fire from friendly forces positioned near the check …

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Trump Announces Ban of Boeing 737 Max Flights

President Trump revealed that the United States possesses a Boeing aircraft of 737 Max, which returns to an earlier decision by American regulators to keep jets flying at the end of a second deadly crash in Ethiopia. The Federal Aviation Administration had days to protest the ground calls to the plane despite the safety regulators in some 42 countries banned …

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