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UAE aviation authority joins Ethiopian crash investigation

Reuters Tuesday, 12 March 2019
The United Arab Emirates' civil aviation regulator said on Tuesday it had joined the investigation into Sunday's fatal crash of an Ethiopian Airlines plane.
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News video: Crash Investigators: Piece Of Ethiopian Jet Wreckage Similar To One Found In Lion Air Crash

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Investigators have found a piece of wreckage of an Ethiopian jet that looks strangely familiar to crash investigators. According to Reuters, sources say a stabilizer with the trim set in an unusual position is similar to that of a Lion Air plane that crashed last year. The stabilizer moves the...

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