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Ethiopian crash victims want 737 MAX documents from Boeing, FAA

Reuters Tuesday, 17 September 2019
A lawyer for victims of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 said on Tuesday he wants Boeing Co and the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration to hand over documents about the decision to keep the Boeing 737 MAX in the air after a deadly Lion Air crash last October.
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