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10 January 2020

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Boeing staff 'tried to hide 737 Max issue' (59)
Boeing employees tried to hide problems with flight simulators for the now- grounded 737 Max, according to newly-released documents. David Koenig Associated PressJanuary 10, 20204:55pm Boeing employees knew about problems with flight simulators for the now- grounded 737 Max and apparently tried to hide them from federal regulators, according to released documents. In internal messages, Boeing employees talked about misleading regulators
Iraqi PM tells US to start work on a troop withdrawal plan (31)
Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi asked Pompeo to "send delegates to Iraq to prepare a mechanism to carry out the parliament's resolution regarding the withdrawal of foreign troops from Iraq", according to the statement. Press Trust of India Baghdad January 10, 2020 UPDATED: January 10, 2020 23:11 IST Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi.
British woman jailed for posing as a boy to lure girls into sex (28)
WINCHESTER, England (Reuters) - A young British woman who posed as a teenage boy to deceive potentially dozens of girls into having sexual contact with her was jailed for eight years on Friday. Gemma Watts, a British woman who pleaded guilty to posing as a teenage boy to sexually groom young girls, walks to the Winchester Crown Court in Winchester, Britain, January 10, 2020.
Boy kills teacher, self in Mexico school, possibly 'influenced' by video game (22)
Dave Graham MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - An 11-year-old boy armed with two guns entered a school in northern Mexico, shot dead a teacher and wounded at least six others before killing himself, possibly under the influence of a violent video game, local officials said on Friday. A woman reacts after a shooting at a private school in Torreon, Mexico January 10, 2020.
Pakistan Mosque Bombing Kills 15 (21)
By Ayaz Gul January 10, 2020 12:29 PM ISLAMABAD - Authorities in southwestern Pakistan say a powerful bomb blast ripped through a packed mosque during Friday evening prayers, killing at least 15 worshipers and injuring around 20 others. A senior police official was among those killed in the bombing in Quetta, the capital of Baluchistan province bordering Iran and Afghanistan. A senior provincial police official, Abdul Razzaq Cheema, told reporters
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