Power cut halts China’s new Beijing-Shanghai high-speed train
BEIJING, July 11 (AFP) – A power cut brought the new $33-billion high-speed rail link between Beijing and Shanghai to a standstill Sunday, Chinese railway authorities said, just 10 days after its high-profile launch.   Nineteen trains were halted for about 90 minutes when thunderstorms and heavy winds brought down the power supply to a section of the line at around 6 p.m. (1000 GMT), the Beijing …

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Power cut halts China’s new high-speed train
A power cut brought the new $33 billion high-speed rail link between Beijing and Shanghai to a standstill Sunday, Chinese railway authorities said, just 10 days after its high-profile launch.

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NTSB joins probe of airport crash
BOSTON – A collision between two airliners on a taxiway at Logan International Airport is now considered serious enough for National Transportation Safety Board investigators to get involved.

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