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Ethiopia Plane Crash Included UN Workers, Humanitarians From Across 30 Nations

WorldNews Monday, 11 March 2019
Ethiopia Plane Crash Included UN Workers, Humanitarians From Across 30 NationsA United Nations official said the recent crash of Ethiopian Airlines flight from Addis Ababa to Nairobi, Kenya, had at least 22 staff members on board on Monday, according to The New York Times. The route is sometimes called the "U.N. shuttle" since staff members often take that route. Ethiopian Airlines said the flight had passengers from at least 30 countries on board, including a number who were aid workers for the U.N. and other humanitarian organizations. The deceased included at least 32 Kenyans, 18 Canadians, nine from Ethiopia and France, eight from the United States, China, and Italy, and seven from the United Kingdom, according to the airline. The identities of many of the victims...
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