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March 10, 2019

8 Americans among 157 people killed in Ethiopian Airlines crash: Officials

ABC News(ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia) -- An Ethiopian Airlines with 157 people on board, including eight Americans, crashed Sunday just minutes after taking off from Ethiopia's capital, according to the airline and reports. Everyone on board was presumed dead, Ethiopian Airlines said in a statement. The country's state broadcaster said all of the passengers perished in the crash, according to the Associated Press. "At this time search and rescue operations are in progress and we have no conf..
March 10, 2019

A Turkish Airlines flight makes emergency landing at JFK: FAA

Nicolas Economou/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- A Turkish Airlines flight has landed safely at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport after 29 passengers were injured when the plane encountered severe turblence 45 minutes before landing, officials said. The city's Office of Emergency Management and the Federal Aviation Administration said the flight originated in Istanbul, Turkey. "Turkish Airlines Flight 1, Boeing 777, landed safely at John F. Kenned..
March 9, 2019

Roads near UK’s Parliament reopened after vehicle deemed ‘non-suspicious’: Met Police

ABC News(LONDON) -- London’s Metropolitan Police have reopened roads near the United Kingdom's Houses of Parliament after an investigation concluded that a vehicle thought to be suspicious earlier on Saturday morning was not suspicious after all, according to authorities. "The incident in Victoria Embankment has now concluded. The vehicle has been deemed non-suspicious. All roads will now be reopened," Met Police tweeted on Saturday. Earlier on Saturday, police had investigated reports of ..
March 8, 2019

Migrant father says he was tricked into being deported without his child, refutes Homeland Security secretary’s claims

ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- In her first appearance before lawmakers since Democrats gained control of the House, Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen on Wednesday denied one of the most troubling claims about the Trump administration’s family separation practices at the southern border. Asked by Rep Kathleen Rice, D-NY, whether Nielsen can confirm that under her tenure, no parents were deported from the U.S. without being asked if they wanted their children deported with them, Nielsen resp..