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14 Mar 10:08pm Active Shooter Reported in Central Christchurch, New Zealand
The shooting took place near where young marchers were demanding action to combat climate change.
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Boeing Promised Pilots a 737 Software Fix Last Year, but They’re Still Waiting 14 Mar 9:18pm Boeing Promised Pilots a 737 Software Fix Last Year, but They’re Still Waiting
This delay is now part of the intense scrutiny over the company’s response to two deadly crashes involving its best-selling 737 Max jet.
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Rockets Fired on Tel Aviv From Gaza, a First in Five Years 14 Mar 8:53pm Updated Rockets Fired on Tel Aviv From Gaza, a First in Five Years
Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad denied responsibility. The Israeli military struck back at Gaza early Friday.
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Live Briefing: Brexit Live Updates: Parliament Votes to Postpone Britain’s E.U. Departure 14 Mar 8:27pm Updated Live Briefing: Brexit Live Updates: Parliament Votes to Postpone Britain’s E.U. Departure
Unable to agree among themselves on Brexit terms, British lawmakers directed the government to ask the European Union to delay the March 29 deadline.
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Britain’s Parliament Votes to Delay Brexit, but Not to Control It 14 Mar 8:19pm Britain’s Parliament Votes to Delay Brexit, but Not to Control It
After a very trying week, Prime Minister Theresa May enjoyed a rare legislative victory, if a small one, when lawmakers left her in the driver’s seat.
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Senate Vote, Ethiopian Airlines, Pi Day: Your Thursday Evening Briefing 14 Mar 7:14pm Senate Vote, Ethiopian Airlines, Pi Day: Your Thursday Evening Briefing
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
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One British Ex-Soldier to Be Prosecuted in ‘Bloody Sunday’ Shootings 14 Mar 7:03pm Updated One British Ex-Soldier to Be Prosecuted in ‘Bloody Sunday’ Shootings
The former soldier, identified as “Soldier F,” will be charged with two murders and the attempted murder of four others. Officials said there was insufficient evidence to prosecute 18 others.
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Trump Administration Warns Venezuela Not to Arrest Opposition Leader 14 Mar 6:54pm Trump Administration Warns Venezuela Not to Arrest Opposition Leader
The administration said that any attempts to arrest Juan Guaidó would be met with “immediate reaction” from the international community, though it was unclear what that would mean.
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Critic’s Pick: See Ancient Trade Route Treasures at the Met 14 Mar 6:04pm Critic’s Pick: See Ancient Trade Route Treasures at the Met
“The World Between Empires,” linking present and past, celebrates the distinctive art from all the cultures of the Middle East.
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Heads Up: Jaffa Is Tel Aviv’s Unexpected Luxury Hotspot 14 Mar 5:38pm Heads Up: Jaffa Is Tel Aviv’s Unexpected Luxury Hotspot
Just last year, the ancient neighborhood saw the opening of three high-end hotels.
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14 Mar 5:26pm Rockets Fired on Tel Aviv From Gaza
Early media reports said the rockets caused no damage or casualties. There was no immediate claim of responsibility.
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Live Briefing: Brexit Live Updates: Parliament Votes to Delay Britain’s E.U. Departure 14 Mar 3:50pm Updated Live Briefing: Brexit Live Updates: Parliament Votes to Delay Britain’s E.U. Departure
Unable to agree among themselves on Brexit terms, British lawmakers directed the government to ask the European Union to delay the March 29 deadline.
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‘My Heart Is on Fire’: Ethiopian Airlines Victims Embodied Kenya’s Ambitions 14 Mar 3:41pm Updated ‘My Heart Is on Fire’: Ethiopian Airlines Victims Embodied Kenya’s Ambitions
Five family members spanning three generations were among those who illustrated the nation’s growth and ambitious integration into the world economy.
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Afghan Official Warns of U.S. Deal With Taliban ‘That Doesn’t End in Peace’ 14 Mar 3:09pm Updated Afghan Official Warns of U.S. Deal With Taliban ‘That Doesn’t End in Peace’
Hamdullah Mohib, the Afghan national security adviser, said that negotiations were “increasing the legitimacy of the Taliban” and “decreasing the legitimacy of the Afghan government.”
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Live Briefing: Brexit Live Updates: Britain Debates Delaying E.U. Departure 14 Mar 2:11pm Updated Live Briefing: Brexit Live Updates: Britain Debates Delaying E.U. Departure
Parliament is expected to vote to postpone March 29 exit. It narrowly defeated an attempt to seize control of the process from Prime Minister Theresa May.
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China Blocks U.N. Vote to Blacklist Pakistani Militant Leader 14 Mar 1:20pm Updated China Blocks U.N. Vote to Blacklist Pakistani Militant Leader
It was the country’s fourth block in a decade on a Security Council effort to blacklist Masood Azhar, the founder of a militant group that nearly brought South Asia to the brink of war last month.
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Live Briefing: Brexit Live Updates: British Parliament Just Voted Against Holding a Second Referendum 14 Mar 1:18pm Live Briefing: Brexit Live Updates: British Parliament Just Voted Against Holding a Second Referendum
Parliament is expected to vote to postpone March 29 exit, and it will vote on an attempt to seize control of the process. It voted against holding a second referendum.
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Catholic Church in Poland Releases Study on Sexual Abuse by Priests 14 Mar 1:15pm Catholic Church in Poland Releases Study on Sexual Abuse by Priests
The report found that from 1990 to mid-2018, 382 priests were accused of sexual abuse, and that 625 children, most aged 15 or younger, had been victims.
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A Worry for Some Pilots: Their Hands-On Flying Skills Are Lacking 14 Mar 11:54am A Worry for Some Pilots: Their Hands-On Flying Skills Are Lacking
Automation has helped create one of the safest stretches in aviation history. But some pilots fear they are relying too much on autopilot.
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The Plane Can Fly Itself. Is That Always a Good Thing? 14 Mar 11:38am Updated The Plane Can Fly Itself. Is That Always a Good Thing?
Automation has helped create one of the safest stretches in aviation history. But some pilots are worried they are relying too much on autopilot.
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Boeing Works to Manage a Crisis With Unknown Costs 14 Mar 11:09am Updated Boeing Works to Manage a Crisis With Unknown Costs
The short-term costs such are likely manageable for Boeing, but the bigger question is whether airlines lose confidence in the company’s best-selling jet.
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Ethiopian Airlines Crash Briefing: Expect Delays in the U.S. 14 Mar 10:49am Ethiopian Airlines Crash Briefing: Expect Delays in the U.S.
The crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302, a Boeing 737 Max 8.
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Answers to Your Questions About the Boeing 737 Max 8 14 Mar 9:49am Updated Answers to Your Questions About the Boeing 737 Max 8
After the Ethiopian Airlines crash on Sunday, we asked readers to send us their questions about the type of plane that was involved.
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Live Briefing: Brexit Live Updates: Britain Set to Push Back E.U. Departure Date 14 Mar 9:44am Updated Live Briefing: Brexit Live Updates: Britain Set to Push Back E.U. Departure Date
With the March 29 deadline fast approaching, Parliament is expected to vote on Thursday to push back the date of departure from the European Union.
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Japan Dispatch: Japan’s Enchanting Ice Monsters, Claimed by Climate Change 14 Mar 9:02am Japan Dispatch: Japan’s Enchanting Ice Monsters, Claimed by Climate Change
The Japanese call them “juhyo,” or ice monsters, and armies of these abominable snowmen once spread across the country’s northern mountains. But they are at risk because of warming temperatures.
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Live Briefing: Ethiopian Airlines Crash Updates: Expect Delays 14 Mar 8:55am Updated Live Briefing: Ethiopian Airlines Crash Updates: Expect Delays
The latest on the crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302, a Boeing 737 Max 8.
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Times Insider: How Our Former Beijing Bureau Chief Found Himself on a Bullet Train in Saudi Arabia 14 Mar 8:50am Updated Times Insider: How Our Former Beijing Bureau Chief Found Himself on a Bullet Train in Saudi Arabia
There was a certain dissonance in the fact that the ruling Communist Party of China, officially atheist and repressive toward the country’s Muslims, had helped build a railway connecting the holiest sites in Islam.
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A Race to Save Children After Nigeria Building Collapse, but 8 People Are Dead 14 Mar 8:12am A Race to Save Children After Nigeria Building Collapse, but 8 People Are Dead
Numerous others were still missing after the collapse of the three-story structure, which housed a primary and nursery school.
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U.S. Senate, Facebook, Gambino Crime Family: Your Thursday Briefing 14 Mar 7:22am Updated U.S. Senate, Facebook, Gambino Crime Family: Your Thursday Briefing
Here’s what you need to know.
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Live Briefing: Brexit Live Updates: Britain Moves to Push Back E.U. Departure Date 14 Mar 7:22am Live Briefing: Brexit Live Updates: Britain Moves to Push Back E.U. Departure Date
With the March 29 deadline fast approaching, Parliament is expected to vote on Thursday to push back the date of departure from the European Union.
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U.S. Joins Other Nations in Grounding Boeing Plane 14 Mar 5:26am U.S. Joins Other Nations in Grounding Boeing Plane
The latest on the crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302, a Boeing 737 Max 8.
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Brexit, California, Le’Veon Bell: Your Wednesday Briefing 14 Mar 4:26am Updated Brexit, California, Le’Veon Bell: Your Wednesday Briefing
Here’s what you need to know.
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‘My Heart Is on Fire.’ Ethiopian Airlines Victims Embodied Kenya’s Ambitions 14 Mar 3:17am Updated ‘My Heart Is on Fire.’ Ethiopian Airlines Victims Embodied Kenya’s Ambitions
Five family members spanning three generations were among those who illustrated the nation’s growth and ambitious integration into the world economy.
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Boeing, Brexit, Facebook: Your Thursday Briefing 14 Mar 3:08am Updated Boeing, Brexit, Facebook: Your Thursday Briefing
Let us help you start your day.
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Attack on Government Minister Rattles New Zealand’s Friendly Politics 14 Mar 1:10am Attack on Government Minister Rattles New Zealand’s Friendly Politics
The attack on the minister for climate change stunned a country where only the prime minister has security and constituents don’t shy from approaching their leaders.
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New Congolese President Pardons 700 14 Mar 12:52am New Congolese President Pardons 700
President Felix Tshisekedi pardoned political prisoners jailed under his predecessor, fulfilling a promise to do so during his first 100 days in office.
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