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Indonesia under tsunami warning after 6.9 earthquake

The coast of northern Sulawesi is seen from a plane approaching the capital city of Manado
The coast of northern Sulawesi is seen from a plane approaching the capital city of Manado. Photo: Romeo Gacad/AFP/Getty Images

Indonesia issued a tsunami warning on Sunday after a 6.9 earthquake hit in the Molucca Sea, AP reports.

Details: No immediate injuries or damage has been reported. The quake was centered 115 miles southeast of Manado at 15 miles deep, the U.S. Geological Survey reports. The latest height projections for the tsunami is at 1.5 feet or less, according to AccuWeather.

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Boeing commits $100 million for 737 MAX crash victims

Grounded 737 MAX planes in Seattle, WA
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Boeing announced on Wednesday plans to give $100 million to the families and communities impacted by two fatal 737 MAX crashes, reports the New York Times.

Why it matters: "The move was among the most overt acknowledgment[s] of Boeing's responsibility in the crashes..." per the Times. Boeing will likely have to pay more down the line as the company faces numerous lawsuits, investigations and fines.