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Oil steady as Middle East tensions mounts, set for weekly gains

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TOKYO (Reuters) – Oil prices were steady on Friday, giving up earlier gains, and were on track for the first weekly increases this month, as rising tensions in the Middle East stoked fears of supply disruptions. FILE PHOTO: A view shows a well head and a drilling rig in the Yarakta Oil Field, owned by Read More

US ‘smart enough’ not to want war against Iran unless Pompeo & Bolton get their way

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The US is “smart enough” not to ignite a war with Iran because it will push the world to the brink of economic disaster and lead to a shortage of oil. But Washington and Gulf hawks could get their way, an analyst told RT. Tensions in the already troubled Persian Gulf ratcheted up again after Read More

Asia Bibi lands in Canada after being acquitted of blasphemy

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A Christian woman acquitted of blasphemy after spending eight years on death row in Pakistan has landed in Canada to be reunited with her daughters, her lawyer has said. Saiful Malook told Sky News on then phone that Ms Bibi arrived in Ottawa yesterday. She was convicted of blasphemy in 2009 after a quarrel with Read More

Captain of ill-fated Superjet says ‘landing speed was normal’, fire broke out after touchdown

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An Aeroflot captain who piloted the Superjet 100 in Moscow has revealed harrowing details of the accident, saying he had to crash-land with full tanks, which possibly led to the jet catching fire right after its bumpy touchdown. There was “a bright flash and a bang” moments before the pilots began an immediate descent into Read More

Revealed: Suspected cause of Ethiopia plane crash that killed 157

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By Ceren Senkul, news reporter Pilots on the doomed Ethiopian Airlines jet wrestled with controls as it plunged to the ground after faulty sensor data led to the plane nose-diving, a preliminary report has found. Ethiopia’s transport minister said the flight’s crew performed correct procedures repeatedly but was unable to control the jet before it Read More

Ethiopia crash plane persistently nosedived despite pilots’ efforts

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By Ceren Senkul, news reporter The Ethiopian Airlines plane which crashed last month persistently nosedived despite pilots “repeatedly” performing the correct procedures recommended by Boeing. Releasing a preliminary report into the crash which killed 157 people on 10 March, Ethiopia’s transport minister Dagmawit Moges said crew “performed all the procedures repeatedly” but they were “not Read More