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18 May 2022

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China plane crash: Data suggests deliberate act from cockpit (25)
Tailor Stone May 17, 2022 | DAY Data recovered from China's deadly Boeing 737-800 crash indicates someone in the cockpit deliberately caused the disaster, The Wall Street Journal claims Tuesday, citing people familiar with it of a preliminary assessment. The plane of the China Eastern company, connecting the cities of Kunming (southwest) and Canton (south), had crashed in a mountainside on March 21
China: No information provided about March plane crash (10)
The Associated Press May 18, 2022, 5:58 AM BEIJING (AP) - China said Wednesday that U.S. investigators haven't released any information about the cause of a China Eastern Airlines jetliner crash in March after The Wall Street Journal reported its flight data recorder indicated someone pushed the Boeing 737-800 into a steep dive. American investigators confirmed to the Civil Aviation Administration of
Black box from China Eastern jet crash points to intentional nosedive: reports (17)
In March, the Boeing jet crashed in the mountains of Guangxi, after a sudden plunge from cruising altitude, killing all 123 passengers and nine crew members Author of the article: Reuters May 17, 2022 o Near the site of the accident, people burn candles and incense sticks during a Buddhist ceremony in honour of the crash victims.
Flight data shows China Eastern jet deliberately crashed: Report (8)
18 May 2022 05:02AM (Updated: 18 May 2022 08:30AM) Bookmark Bookmark Share WhatsApp Telegram Facebook Twitter Email LinkedIn WASHINGTON: US investigators believe someone on board deliberately crashed a China Eastern flight in March, the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday (May 17), in what was China's deadliest air disaster in decades. China Eastern flight MU5375 was travelling from Kunming to Guangzhou on Mar
Watch: Rajnath Singh flies sortie in Indian Navy's P-8I anti-submarine aircraft (2)
Rajnath Singh flew the sortie on Tuesday hours after he launched two frontline warships of the Indian Navy at the Mazagon Docks Limited in Mumbai. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh rides P8I long range maritime reconnaissance anti-submarine warfare aircraft of the Indian Navy during his visit to Mumbai.
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