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Ethiopia crash black boxes still in Addis Ababa: airline

Reuters Wednesday, 13 March 2019
Two black box recorders recovered from the crash of Ethiopia Airlines flight 302 are still in the capital Addis Ababa as discussions continue about where in Europe to send them, the airline said on Wednesday.
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Reuters reports The Ethiopian Airlines pilot whose jet crashed killing 157 people had reported flight-control problems, the company said on Wednesday, as it prepared to send the black boxes to Europe from a disaster that has rocked the global airline industry.The still unexplained crash, just after...

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