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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Chris Crulley
Qantas Airways grounded its global fleet Saturday, suddenly locking out striking workers after weeks of disruptions an executive said could close down the world's 10th largest airline piece by piece.
"I've got to get back to the other side of the world by Wednesday for work. It's a nightmare," he added.
British tourist Chris Crulley, 25, said the pilot on his Qantas flight informed passengers while taxiing down a Sydney runway that he had to return to the terminal "to take an important phone call."