Plane carrying 132 people crashes in China
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From the BBC World Service: The Boeing 737 was being flown by China Eastern, one of the biggest state-owned carriers and one of the largest airlines in Asia. The last large-scale fatal air crash in China was in 2010. Plus, Hong Kong will begin easing some of the world's tightest COVID-19 restrictions, including flight bans, starting next month. And, the U.K. is planning for a greener, more diverse energy mix by blending hydrogen into its gas network.