Sensor failure and failure to provide pilots with information contributed to 2009 crash and last year's twin catastrophes.
Writing in the Wall Street Journal and not his own newspaper, Arthur Sulzberger warned there was "no more serious charge a commander in chief can make against an independent news organization".
US and Taliban officials have agreed in principle to the framework of a peace deal that could lead to US troop pullout from Afghanistan in return for a ceasefire and Taliban talks with Kabul, Zalmay Khalilzad tells the New York Times.
President Erdogan said the US withdrawal from Syria must be planned carefully and with the right partners, and that Ankara was counting on the international community to stand with Turkey in its commitment to eliminating terror in Syria.
The US president's comments come after his National Security Adviser John Bolton's appeared to contradict Trump's exit plan, tying it to several conditions.
Kirsten Fontenrose, the official in charge of US policy towards Saudi Arabia resigned on Friday. US media says the circumstances of her resignation are unclear, but she may have clashed with her superiors over what to do about Khashoggi’s killers.
In a letter to The New York Times, Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu warned that US-backed YPG terrorists have an alliance with Syrian regime leader Bashar al Assad and are sending forces to help him recapture Idlib.
Tesla stock was on track for its biggest daily slump in two years as Wall Street questioned Musk’s ability to lead the electric car maker.
It emerged that Istanbul was a mere transit stop for Salman Abedi before he flew to Europe. As this became known, Donald Trump promised to deal with security leaks that led to the bomber's name being leaked.
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