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LONDON (Bloomberg): Malaysia's top leadership considered from the outset the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 in 2014 a mass murder-suicide by the pilot, according to Tony Abbott, who was Australia's prime minister at the time.
AIRLINES are perpetually on the alert against crashes. That doesn’t mean the coronavirus epidemic will lead to any corporate disasters.
Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc and other social media platforms agreed to take further steps to stop the spread of violent extremist content in Australia as global pressure increases following the live-streaming of the New Zealand massacre in March.
LONDON: After two fatal crashes in five months involving its best-selling 737 Max jet, Boeing Co sent a team to reassure airline bosses of its focus on safety at their annual gathering in Seoul. They faced a tough crowd.
(Reuters) - England coach Phil Neville felt he needed to give Beth Mead a rocket as she drifted on the fringes of his squad but now he says the Arsenal forward can reach the Moon and will be a key component of his women's World Cup squad.
Foreign companies in China are being subjected to cybersecurity probes as the government tightens controls over areas such as cloud computing, the Financial Times reported, citing documents seen by the newspaper.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Most Americans want tougher gun laws but have little confidence their lawmakers will take action, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Friday ahead of the one-year anniversary of the country's deadliest high school shooting.
OHIO (Philippine Daily Inquirer/Asia News Network): When a friend of Ohio teenager Jon Jarrett dressed as a hot dog for Halloween, he took the role very seriously.
Amazon.com Inc, which has lost billions overseas trying to replicate its US success, is now attempting to crack one of the biggest and most sparsely populated nations where bricks-and-mortar retailers are king.