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Seven Ethiopians die in Lebanon while their consulate abandons them

The steady stream of coffins being shipped from Lebanon to Ethiopia, won’t be slowing any time soon

Several Boeing planes found to have wing defects

The American aviation giant have now found a wing defect on some of their planes including some 737 MAX aircrafts

Ethiopian Airlines crash report due Monday: foreign ministry

The Boeing 737 MAX 8, operated by Ethiopian Airlines, crashed on March 10, southeast of Addis Ababa and families from 35 nations were left bereaved

Some countries ground Boeings, most keep them flying

Boeing's 737 MAX 8 medium-haul workhorse jet was grounded in China, Ethiopia and Indonesia on Monday after an Ethiopian Airlines crash

The racist reaction to the Ethiopian Airlines crash was all too predictable

Once again, Africans have been reminded that some deaths, and thus lives, are more important than others

Ethiopian Airline’s Achilles heel

Bole International Airport has struggled to keep pace with the airline’s rapid expansion. But that’s changing.

Song, dance and tears as Ethiopian flight lands in Eritrea

The emotion-filled Ethiopian Airlines flight took off less than two weeks after the neighbouring countries declared an end to two decades of bloodshed

Co-pilot hijacks Ethiopian plane ‘for asylum’

A co-pilot who hijacked and diverted an Ethiopian Airlines flight in search of asylum, is being questioned by police, say authorities.

Search for bodies, black boxes in Lebanon plane crash

Rescuers on Tuesday continued the search for victims of the Ethiopian airliner crash off the coast of Lebanon and sought to recover the black boxes.

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