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23 October 2019

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Boeing replaces senior executive as 737 MAX crisis grows (10)
Eric M. Johnson, David Shepardson SEATTLE/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Boeing's top commercial airplanes executive, Kevin McAllister, is leaving the company as the planemaker grapples with the fallout from two fatal crashes of its 737 MAX, the company said on Tuesday. Boeing named company executive Stan Deal to succeed McAllister effective immediately as president and chief executive of Boeing Commercial
Sudan upbeat on prospects for removal from US terrorism list (3)
October 23, 2019 Sudan's Finance Minister Ibrahim Elbadawi WASHINGTON - Sudan's top financial official said on Tuesday he believed it was "just a question of time" before his country was removed from the US state-sponsored terrorism list. Finance Minister Ibrahim Elbadawi told an event hosted by the Atlantic Council think tank that the listing posed a "crippling impediment" to the transitional government's ability to access funds from the International
Biden to step up attack on Trump's economic policies in Pennsylvania speech (2)
Trevor Hunnicutt SCRANTON, Pa. (Reuters) - Democratic U.S. presidential contender Joe Biden plans to tout his economic policy credentials and double down on his attacks on President Donald Trump in a speech on Wednesday in the electoral battleground state of Pennsylvania. FILE PHOTO: Democratic 2020 U.S.
Canada's Trudeau keeps the wheel but prepares for left turn (3)
David Ljunggren OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hung onto power on Tuesday, after a tight election reduced his Liberal government to a minority, a result that will likely push his agenda to the left while alienating energy producing provinces. Trudeau, one of the world's most prominent progressive politicians, struggled with domestic scandals that dented his popularity among Canadians
Canada's Trudeau set to form government - CBC TV (1)
Tuesday, 22 Oct 2019 10:52 AM MYT OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party is projected to form a government after Monday's federal election, CBC TV said on Monday, following a tight national election that campaign pollsters said was too close to call. The Liberals won power in 2015 and held 177 seats when the election was called.
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