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China and Indonesia halt Boeing 737 MAX 8 after deadlly Ethiopia crash

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China and Indonesia halt Boeing 737 MAX 8 after deadlly Ethiopia crash

China and Indonesia halt Boeing 737 MAX 8 after deadlly Ethiopia crash

Plane parts are recovered at the site of the Ethiopian Airlines crash that killed 157 people from 33 nations.

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China and Indonesia halt Boeing 737 MAX 8 after deadlly Ethiopia crash

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