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Boeing deliveries hammered by 737 MAX groundings

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FILE PHOTO: FILE PHOTO: A 737 Max aircraft is pictured at the Boeing factory in Renton, Washington, U.S., March 27, 2019. REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson/File Photo (Reuters) – Boeing Co handed over 24 percent fewer jet airplanes in the first four months of 2019 compared with the same period a year earlier as the grounding of its Read More

Mexico’s rising oil nationalism faces debt-rating crisis

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MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador took office in December vowing to revive state-owned energy company Pemex and put the brakes on foreign investment to give the public a bigger cut of the country’s oil wealth. FILE PHOTO: Mexico’s new President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador reacts to supporters after an event Read More

Cruise passengers killed as sightseeing planes collide

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At least four people have been killed and another two are missing after two sightseeing seaplanes collided in mid-air in southeast Alaska. Ten other passengers have been taken to hospital following the incident on Monday near the town of Ketchikan. Eleven people were inside a single-engine de Havilland Otter DHC-3 operated by Taquan Air when Read More

Cruise ship passengers die after sightseeing planes collide

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At least three people have died and another three are missing after two sightseeing seaplanes collided in mid air in southeast Alaska. Ten other people were injured, one critically, and have been taken to hospital. The accident happened near the town of Ketchikan on Monday afternoon. The two planes, a de Havilland Otter DHC-3 and Read More

Houston ship channel reopens after crash polluted air and water

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By Joe Carroll and Robert Tuttle on 5/13/2019 Photo: U.S. Ship Channel. HOUSTON and CALGARY (Bloomberg) — The Houston Ship Channel reopened to limited traffic on Sunday after a vessel collision dumped almost 400,000 gal of a gasoline ingredient and choked suburbs of the U.S. city with noxious fumes. A U.S. Coast Guard-led response team Read More

Risk of accidental US-Iran war, Hunt warns

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By Sunita Patel-Carstairs, news reporter Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has said there is a risk the US and Iran could end up at war unintentionally. It comes after US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo cancelled the Moscow leg of his trip to Russia to discuss Iran’s latest nuclear threat with Mr Hunt and his European Read More

Hapless Russia-watchers canonize journalist Dorenko as ‘mysteriously killed’ Putin critic

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For some in the West, any death of a prominent journalist in Russia seems to be only a fortunate opportunity to speculate that he or she must have been an enemy of the Kremlin and died because of it. The latest person to fall victim to this trend is Sergey Dorenko, who suddenly died on Read More

Passenger plane skids off runway in Myanmar, breaks into three (PHOTOS)

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A Biman Airlines’ Bombardier Dash-8 aircraft has skidded off the runway at Myanmar’s Yangon International Airport, losing its wings and breaking into three parts. Pilots were attempting to land as the accident occurred. Read Full Article at RT.com Read More

FT journo scolds Moscow authorities for not instantly removing crashed jet, gets schooled on Twitter

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Most reactions to the plane crash at a Moscow airport on Sunday were of simple sadness and shock – but for Financial Times Moscow correspondent Max Seddon, the tragedy was a chance to gratuitously bash Russian authorities. Seddon took to Twitter on Monday to chastise Sheremetyevo Airport authorities for the most nonsensical of reasons – Read More