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Thursday, Mar 26, 2015 at 10:17 AM
 

Without any doubt, my firm confidence — in the selection of our pilots, in the training of our pilots, in the qualification of our pilots, in the work of our pilots — has not been touched by this single tragedy.  

— Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr after saying it appeared the Germanwings co-pilot had locked the pilot out of the cockpit and intentionally crashed the plane into a mountain in the French Alps
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Arab League Agrees to Form Joint Military Force

Leaders of the 12-nation Arab League on Sunday agreed to create a joint military force to respond to threats in the Middle East, NBC News reported. The announcement comes amid an escalating political crisis and military conflict in Yemen, where a Saudi-led multinational coalition has already started launching airstrikes and ground assaults against Shi'ite Houthi rebels. Yemeni diplomats and officials have fled the country as the rebels neared the city of Aden. "We recognize the clear challenges in the Arab world and the need to take measures to combat them," said Nabil al Araby, the chairman of the Arab League. "It was evident when Yemen was falling, which necessitated Arab action, effective internationally, after exhausting all possibilities to reach a peaceful solution to the Houthi coup." Read »
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