One of the good things maybe that happened this week was the closure of the Malaysian Case, about the missing MH370 flight, which investigators said that it crashed into Indian Ocean, closing an open wound.
And in other news, this week witnessed the star of spring season, which people always look forward to it, especially with celebrations that comes with it such as the Indian Huranga, and the Kurdish Newroz.
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