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Germany Grounds Boeing's 737 MAX 8 Following Deadly Ethiopia Crash

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Germany Grounds Boeing's 737 MAX 8 Following Deadly Ethiopia Crash

Germany Grounds Boeing's 737 MAX 8 Following Deadly Ethiopia Crash

According to a report by Reuters, on Tuesday, German Transport Minister Andreas Scheur told broadcaster N-TV that German airspace was closed for all Boeing 737 MAX aircraft.

The announcement comes after a deadly crash in Ethiopia which claimed the lives of 157 people in the second such disaster for the aircraft in the past few months.

Reuters reports that other countries, including Britain, have grounded the aircraft.

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