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Discoveries about Indonesia plane crash put pressure on Ethiopia probe; experts suspect faulty automated systems on both flights

Firstpost Wednesday, 20 March 2019
Experts suspect an automated system, meant to stop stalling by dipping the nose, in both the Lion Air and the Ethiopia Airlines plane crash cases, with pilots unable to override it as their jets plunged downwards.
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There are 'clear similarities' between Indonesia's Lion Air and Ethiopian Air crashes, according to the Ethiopian government.

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