Boeing pilots' messages on 737 MAX safety raise new questions

Boeing pilots' messages on 737 MAX safety raise new questions

A Boeing senior pilot said he might have unintentionally misled regulators, in a series of internal messages from 2016 that became public Friday, plunging the world’s largest airplane maker into a fresh crisis. Conway G. Gittens has the details.
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Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter was admitted to an Atlanta hospital on Monday for a procedure to relieve brain pressure from bleeding caused by recent falls, the Carter Center said in a statement.
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Bolivia's Evo Morales takes asylum in Mexico

Bolivia's Evo Morales takes asylum in Mexico

Mexico has granted asylum to Bolivia's former president, Evo Morales, Mexico's top diplomat said on Monday night.
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Trump fumes over impeachment as public hearings loom

Trump fumes over impeachment as public hearings loom

President Donald Trump seethed on Monday as Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives prepared to enter a crucial new phase - the first public hearings - in their impeachment inquiry.
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Renowned Napoleon re-enactor admits murdering lover, 24

Renowned Napoleon re-enactor admits murdering lover, 24

A distinguished Russian historian known for re-enacting Napoleonic battle scenes has admitted to murdering his partner after he was discovered in a river with a rucksack containing her dismembered arms.
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Unrest in Bolivia after Morales resigns

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Looting, fighting and roadblocks convulsed Bolivia on Monday after President Evo Morales' resignation ended his 14-year rule and created a power vacuum following weeks of violent protests.
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Syria White Helmets backer found dead in Istanbul

Syria White Helmets backer found dead in Istanbul

James Le Mesurier, the former British army officer and founder of an NGO that trains the Syria Civil Defense group, has been found dead outside his home in Istanbul. Meanwhile, Turkey is moving forward with plans to deport captured Islamic State fighters to the West.
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Hong Kong's violence dramatically escalates

Hong Kong's violence dramatically escalates

A police officer shot a protester at close range on Monday, and another man was set on fire, as Hong Kong's protests intensified.
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'Leave now': Australians urged to evacuate as 'catastrophic' fires loom

'Leave now': Australians urged to evacuate as 'catastrophic' fires loom

Authorities in Australia's New South Wales and Queensland states have declared a state of emergency as the country's eastern region prepared for "catastrophic" fire conditions.
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Police open fire at protesters in Hong Kong

Police open fire at protesters in Hong Kong

Chaos breaks out in Hong Kong on Monday as protesters fan out across the city, setting up barricades and blocking traffic. Police fired several live shots in the eastern district of Sai Wan Ho, injuring at least one person.
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Spain's far right win big in divisive election

Spain's far right win big in divisive election

Far-right Vox became the third-largest party in Spain's parliament in a national election on Sunday, more than doubling their seats in an election gamble that the acting Socialist Prime Minister hoped would strengthen his mandate.
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Bolivia's Morales resigns as president

Bolivia's Morales resigns as president

Bolivian President Evo Morales said on Sunday (November 10) he would resign as allies tumbled away amid a fierce backlash over a disputed election that has roiled the South American nation. Chris Dignam has more.
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Massacre brings Mormon sects together

Massacre brings Mormon sects together

Members of a breakaway Mormon community tucked in the hills of northern Mexico buried the last of their dead on Saturday after a devastating massacre, and some headed for safer ground in the United States.
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UK's Javid says opposition Labour would trigger economic crisis

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British finance minister Sajid Javid said the opposition Labour Party's spending plans would trigger an economic crisis within months, citing a contested dossier published by his Conservative Party and refusing to give costs for his own fiscal strate
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Australia braces for more bushfires as conditions set to worsen

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'I still need justice': Cambodia frees opposition leader

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Cambodia freed opposition leader Kem Sokha from house arrest on Sunday, amid EU deliberations over whether to punish a crackdown against the country's opposition by removing preferential trade terms.
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Indian court hands disputed religious site to Hindus

Indian court hands disputed religious site to Hindus

India's Supreme Court on Saturday awarded a bitterly contested religious site to Hindus, dealing a defeat to Muslims who also claim the land that has sparked some of the country's bloodiest riots since independence.
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Thousands gather for 'martyrs' vigil amid Hong Kong protest

Thousands gather for 'martyrs' vigil amid Hong Kong protest

Hong Kong protesters held a vigil for "martyrs" on Saturday (November 9) after a student died in hospital this week following a high fall, fueling anger among pro-democracy demonstrators who first took to the streets in June.
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Merkel marks anniversary of Berlin Wall

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Germany on Saturday marked the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall that separated East and West Germany.
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Australian bushfires kill three, destroy at least 150 homes

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Three people have died, several are missing and at least 150 homes have been destroyed as bushfires rage across eastern Australia, authorities said on Saturday.
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Migrants in Bosnia face deadly winter conditions

Migrants in Bosnia face deadly winter conditions

The lives of hundreds of migrants from the Middle East and Asia living in a camp in the forests of Bosnia are at risk, as the bitter Balkan winter approaches, an official with the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) said this week.
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Brazil's ex-president freed from prison

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