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Ethiopian Airlines crash: Renewed scrutiny on Boeing 737 MAX-8 as US joins probe

SBS Monday, 11 March 2019
Fresh questions are being raised about the safety of a new Boeing model that has been involved in two crashes since it began being used by commercial airlines in 2017.
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After another fatal accident with a Boeing 737 MAX 8, U.S. carriers that fly the planes say they have no immediate plans to ground the aircraft.

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