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BBC News Sunday, 17 March 2019
Ethiopian Airlines: 'Clear similarities' with Indonesia cashEthiopia sees 'similarities' between last week's plane crash and the Lion Air disaster off Indonesia.
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Huff Post reports analysis of the black boxes of the Boeing Ethiopian Airlines plane that fatally crashed showed “clear similarities” with the Boeing Lion Air crash in October. A spokesman for the Ethiopian Transport Ministry said, “It was the same case with the Indonesian (Lion Air) one. There...

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