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FILE PHOTO: An employee is pictured as the first Boeing 737 MAX 7 is unveiled in Renton, Washington, U.S. February 5, 2018. REUTERS/Jason Redmond. WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand’s aviation regulator on Wednesday suspended Boeing Co 737 MAX aircraft from flying to or from the country, following fatal crashes involving the U.S. planemaker’s model in Indonesia and Ethiopia. “This is a temporary suspension while we continue to monitor the situation closely and analyze information as it comes to hand to determine the safety risks of continued operation of the Boeing 737 MAX,” said Civil Aviation Authority Director of Civil Aviation Graeme Harris, in an emailed statement. Fiji Airways is the... Full story

13 March