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SEOUL - South Korea on Wednesday test-launched a new ballistic missile that can hit all of North Korea, the president's office said, developed under a new agreement with the United States that lets Seoul extend the weapon's range to up to 800 km (500 miles). | Video
BEIJING - Shenzhen Airlines has struck a deal with Boeing Co to buy 46 B737 planes for $4.3 billion, the carrier's parent Air China Ltd said on Wednesday, as the group seeks to grow the number of routes served in China's booming air travel market.
RENTON, Washington - Boeing Co said on Tuesday that it has started building its first 737 MAX single-aisle jetliner on schedule, an important milestone for a new plane model that accounts for nearly half of the company's plane orders.
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama still has confidence in the U.S. Transportation Security Administration after a scathing report that faulted the agency for not detecting obvious threats to airline security.
MOSCOW - The Russian company that makes the BUK air defense system that was used to shoot down a Malaysian airliner in east Ukraine said on Tuesday the plane was hit by a missile deployed by Ukraine and not widely used by Russia's military.
CAPE TOWN - Qatar Airways plans to become a World Cup sponsor for FIFA even though it is concerned by the bribery investigation of the world soccer's governing body, the airline said on Tuesday.
- Etihad Airways on Monday issued it strongest response yet to claims that it received market-distorting subsidies, saying it is required to repay loans and that its U.S. competitors have a "condescending" view of non-U.S. law.
PARIS - Air France faces its second safety investigation in as many weeks after pilots were forced to recover in mid-takeoff after entering the wrong data into the computer of a cargo jet, airline and safety officials said.
GENEVA - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry left Europe for the United States aboard a special military aircraft on Monday after breaking his leg in a cycling accident. | Video
KUALA LUMPUR - The newly appointed chief executive of loss-making Malaysia Airlines said on Monday the carrier is "technically bankrupt", underlining the case for a restructuring to cut a third of jobs, scrap some international routes and review its long-haul fleet. | Video
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SAN FRANCISCO - Facebook's Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg took to the social media site on Wednesday to say she felt "thirty years sadder" after the 30-day mourning period she observed following her husband's sudden death.