The plane plowed into a field southeast of Addis Ababa , the airline's CEO Tewolde GebreMariam told journalists in the Ethiopian capital, lamenting the "very sad and tragic day". Quoting Ethiopian Airlines , Fana Broadcasting Corporate said the plane, which departed the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa at 8:38 am (0538 GMT), crashed minutes after takeoff, "killing all the 149 passengers and eight crew aboard".
Last month, we announced that we would be winding down many of our stores and moving to online-only sales in order to pass the savings along to our customers. American electric vehicle maker Tesla has raised auto prices by an average 3 percent, worldwide. Tesla also made a decision to retain some of the physical stores it had planned to close and will reopen some of the closed retail centers.
Patterson reiterated that the Bank of Canada now expects the economy will be weaker than projected in the first half of 2019, but said it still expects economic growth to pick up later in the year, supported by strength in employment and rising wages.
Saturday after the turbulence occurred, authorities said. The injuries were "mostly bumps, bruises and cuts", Coleman said, though one person suffered a possible broken leg. Almost 30 people are being treated for non-life-threatening injuries after their flight was hit with strong turbulence prior to landing in NY. It was the second safety incident at a New York-area airport on Saturday.
Those losses continued in Asia, where Shanghai, which has surged about a quarter so far this year, shed 4.4 percent, while Hong Kong was off 1.9 percent and Tokyo ended two percent lower with better-than-thought growth figures unable to help the Nikkei 225.
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