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Questions and answers about the Ethiopian Airlines crash

Questions and answers about the Ethiopian Airlines crash
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There are still more questions than answers about an Ethiopian Airlines plane that crashed shortly after taking off for Nairobi on Sunday, killing all 157 people on board. Ethiopian authorities said Wednesday that they will send the flight recorders recovered from the plane to an as-yet-unspecified European country for analysis.

The U.S. on Wednesday afternoon joined dozens of countries that have grounded the Boeing 737 Max 8, the plane involved in Sunday s crash and one five months ago that killed 189 people off of Indonesia. The U.S. is also grounding the larger Max 9.
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