Malaysia Airlines has defended itself against accusations that it shares some of the blame for MH17's crash because its pilots flew too close to a war zone. The airline is now trying to weather a second aviation tragedy just four months after the
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Published: 2021-03-23 01:54 am
Malaysia Airlines faces second tragedy in four months
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