• Boeing 737 Max grounding hits American Airlines outlook
Boeing 737 Max grounding hits American Airlines outlook

New training and supplemental educational material are also being developed for 737 MAX pilots. It didn't disclose the amount of compensation it would be asking for. Meanwhile, airlines that own the almost 400 grounded Max jets are canceling flights. In all, 346 people died. It was the second fatal crash involving a Max in recent months.

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  • Mall of America: Boy, 5, thrown from balcony by stranger in Minneapolis
Mall of America: Boy, 5, thrown from balcony by stranger in Minneapolis

Potts said the suspect took off running right after the incident but was quickly found and arrested at the mall. A source told WCCO the person who either pushed or threw the boy off the balcony fled the mall and was soon arrested by the Blue Line transit line.

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  • Tiny bees found in woman's eye, feeding off tears
Tiny bees found in woman's eye, feeding off tears

As the name implies, sweat bees are often attracted to perspiration and have been known to feed on human teardrops due to their high protein content. "I was visiting and tidying a relative's grave with my family", He said. The sweat bee feeds off nectar and pollen, but is also drawn to human perspiration, which provides "precious moisture a...

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  • US' Mike Pence urges United Nations to recognize Venezuela's Guaido
US' Mike Pence urges United Nations to recognize Venezuela's Guaido

Pence went on to say the U.S is working on a resolution in support of Guaido, and he's calling on all United Nations member states to support it. However, it was extremely unlikely that the UN Security Council would approve the US-proposed resolution.

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  • Two bodies found in the Caribbean believed to be missing NYC couple
Two bodies found in the Caribbean believed to be missing NYC couple

Duran said investigators believe the couple was involved in a fatal auto crash as they headed to the airport to fly home from the four-day vacation. Relatives in the United States said it was out of character for Moore and Ravenelle to go missing with no communication. Moore's sister, Lashay Turner , told NBC4 that she has contacted the U.S.

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  • Japanese F-35 fighter jet missing off northern Japan coast
Japanese F-35 fighter jet missing off northern Japan coast

Japan started deploying the expensive F-35s past year as part of its plan to bolster defense spending and weapons capability to counter potential threats from North Korea and China. Other incidents that have hit the F-35 program include a runway fire in Florida in 2014 which led to inspections of the plane's engines; and five incidents in 2017 wher...

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  • Trump removes Secret Service director
Trump removes Secret Service director

The Secret Service director reports directly to the Secretary of Homeland Security, Kirstjen Nielsen, who resigned on Sunday amid growing pressure from the President. NBC News also reported that there could be additional ousters, but did not confirm which officials could be fired. The Associated Press reported that Nielsen had been frustrated ...

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  • Kirstjen Nielsen resigns as DHS Secretary
Kirstjen Nielsen resigns as DHS Secretary

The day before, President Donald Trump announced that Nielsen " will be leaving her position " after 16 months in the job. In the four-page letter, Nielsen called the "situation" at the border a "system-wide meltdown", and said U.S.

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  • Ecuador Denies Decision Made to Expel WikiLeaks Founder
Ecuador Denies Decision Made to Expel WikiLeaks Founder

Moreno is also said to have tried trade Assange's release for United States debt relief, Wikileaks said. Nils Melzer on Friday said he's " alarmed by reports " that the WikiLeaks founder may be expelled and wants to personally investigate the case.

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  • Libyan commander Khalifa Haftar’s forces push into south of Tripoli
Libyan commander Khalifa Haftar’s forces push into south of Tripoli

Forces loyal to Libyan strongman Khalifa Haftar were pushed back Friday from a key checkpoint less than 30 kilometres from Tripoli, checking their lightning advance on the capital, a security source said. Guterres has insisted that Libya needs a political solution, not a military one, and said the U.N.is available to facilitate a peace process. P...

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  • Brexit: Prime Minister Theresa May requests new Brexit deadline of 30 June
Brexit: Prime Minister Theresa May requests new Brexit deadline of 30 June

Such a move would mean that the United Kingdom needs to take part in the May 23-26 European elections - something which May has long argued against but said in her letter that Britain will make contingency plans to participate in if no Brexit deal is reached in the interim.

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  • Rector wants sultan's degree revoked over stoning gay people
Rector wants sultan's degree revoked over stoning gay people

The nine hotels are some of the most exclusive in the world and make up the Dorchester Collection, owned by the Brunei Investment Agency, an arm of the government. Ellen DeGeneres , George Clooney and other high-profile celebrities have called for a boycott of Brunei-owned hotels in protest to these additions to the penal code.

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  • Tulsi Gabbard: Trump Isn’t Closing The Border Because He Cares About Safety
Tulsi Gabbard: Trump Isn’t Closing The Border Because He Cares About Safety

Trump hinted at a softening earlier in a Twitter post on Tuesday. However, White House chief economist Larry Kudlow said they were working to minimize the economic impact from a closure of the border - including keeping truck lanes open.

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  • Whistleblower says White House overturned 25 denied security clearances
Whistleblower says White House overturned 25 denied security clearances

Ms Newbold's allegations were laid out in a letter written by Elijah Cummings , chairman of the committee, and sent to the White House on Monday. The committee also requested information from the Executive Office of the President People Information Center database for nine current and former White House officials, including Kushner, Ivanka and...

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  • Welch: Trump health care turnaround blindsided GOP
Welch: Trump health care turnaround blindsided GOP

But beyond pre-existing conditions protections, Mulvaney did not address how the 8.4 million Americans who have coverage through HealthCare.gov and state exchanges would all maintain their coverage under a potential GOP replacement plan. "The Association Health Plan rule opened healthcare options for dozens of associations representing thousands ...

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  • Sisulu calls urgent meeting with African Ambassadors over Durban xenophobic attacks
Sisulu calls urgent meeting with African Ambassadors over Durban xenophobic attacks

An unknown number of them are undocumented. The problems of Zimbabwe are our problems; let us not be too local, let us be worldwide. Ramaphosa said that the ANC wants to "show everyone that in the next administration we mean business". "The attack on foreign nationals for whatever reason is a form of intolerance that the people of this country have...

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  • UK's May under pressure to rule out long Brexit delay
UK's May under pressure to rule out long Brexit delay

These preparations are directed squarely against the working class. Meanwhile, advisors to May are divided over whether she should call a snap election if she fails to win support for her Brexit deal from parliament in the coming week, The Mail on Sunday newspaper said.

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  • Palestinian protesters killed in Gaza Strip
Palestinian protesters killed in Gaza Strip

Restrictions on fishing off the coast of Hamas-ruled Gaza have also been lifted, the Times of Israel reports . But in public remarks on Thursday, he said Israel would only undertake a broad military campaign in Gaza after exhausting all other options.

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  • Earth Hour: landmarks to switch off lights to help save planet
Earth Hour: landmarks to switch off lights to help save planet

Earth Hour returns today Saturday, March 30, 2019 , as organizers ask participants to turn off their lights for one hour. "We have appealed to our 27 lakh consumers in the suburbs to switch off lights and fans during Earth Hour and support the cause for environmental friendliness", said an Adani Electricity official.

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  • Airline regulators knew about Boeing 737 MAX nosedive issue 2yrs ago
Airline regulators knew about Boeing 737 MAX nosedive issue 2yrs ago

The automated system - known as Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System, or MCAS - is suspected to have played a role in both the Ethiopian Airlines crash and last year's Lion Air crash , which killed 157 and 189 people, respectively.

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