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Woman loses relatives in 2 Malaysia air disasters

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(MENAFN - Arab News) SYDNEY: In an almost incomprehensible twist of fate an Australian woman who lost her brother in the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 learned on Fr...

New York Times: With grief on top of grief, Malaysians are tested on flight 370's lessons

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People lay flowers and light candles in front of the Embassy of the Netherlands in Kyiv on July 18, to commemorate passengers of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 carrying 295 people from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur which crashed in eastern Ukraine.

Airlines symbolize nations' hopes or reflect shame

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(AP Photo/Bullit Marquez, File). FILE - In this April 8, 2014, file photo a school utility worker mops a mural depicting the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 at the Benigno "Ninoy" Aquino High School campus at Makati city east of Manila, Philippines.

Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Have any lessons been learnt from the Flight 370 disaster?

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There is anger over whether Malaysia Airlines was cavalier in continuing to fly over a war zone in Ukraine when some other airlines had begun to reroute their planes.

With Grief on Top of Grief, Malaysians Are Tested on Flight 370’s Lessons

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Photo Women at Kuala Lumpur International Airport on Friday mourning a relative who was among the 298 passengers and crew aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 17. Credit Nicolas Asfouri/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — Still raw from the loss of one airliner four months ago, Malaysians on Friday confronted the improbable loss of another passenger jet, this time the victim of a conflict far from home.

Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17: Ukraine crash may be too much for airline to recover from

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Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17: Ukraine crash may be too much for airline to recover from

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After two once-in-a-lifetime air disasters within a span of months, speculation is mounting that Malaysia Airlines won't be able to overcome the catastrophes, as the airline was deeply in debt even before its problems captured the world's attention. Malaysia Airlines MH17 flight was destroyed in eastern Ukraine on Thursday, and the 298 people on board are all presumed to have died. American intelligence agencies suggest the plane was shot down by a surface-to-air missile.

Despite Recent Events, Air Travel Is Safe

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Despite Recent Events, Air Travel Is Safe

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Fire engines arrive at the scene where debris fell from an airplane that was shot down over Ukraine on Thursday. Two unlikely airline disasters struck Malaysia Airlines this year. First, Flight 370 disappeared in March during a flight to Beijing. And on Thursday another flight crashed in Ukraine after it was shot down.Despite these two tragedies resulting in 537 airline fatalities total, the 2010s are still the safest era for airline travel ever.

MH17 Ukraine Crash: Commercial Pilot Explains Why Airlines Fly Through Conflict Zones

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A rescue worker uses sticks to mark the location where bodies of victims have been found at the site of the crash of a Malaysian airliner carrying 298 people from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur in Grabove, in rebel-held east Ukraine, on July 18, 2014. DOMINIQUE FAGET—AFP/Getty Images It’s looking more likely that Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was shot down by a surface-to-air missile from a separatist-held territory in eastern Ukraine.

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2014-07-18 17:00:04Cache

SYDNEY - In an almost incomprehensible twist of fate, an Australian woman who lost her brother in the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 learned on Friday that her stepdaughter was on the plane shot down over Ukraine. Kaylene Mann's brother Rod Burrows and sister-in-law Mary Burrows were on board Flight 370 when it vanished in March.

MH17 passengers included American and former Indiana University athlete

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Two weeks after Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 vanished on its route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing earlier this year, Australian citizen Kaylene Mann read a statement to the media mourning her brother, Rod Burrows, who had been on that flight. On Thursday, less than six months later, the Mann family was grieving again after the names of Malaysian Flight 17 victims began to be released.