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Crashed Iran passenger plane was not supposed to fly in the first place

18 August 2014 13:05:46 Iran News latest RSS headlines - Iran Herald.com

According to Iranian officials the Iran-140 airplane that crashed last week in Tehran, leaving over 40 passengers killed, was not permitted to fly at all. eTN reported about the ...

Vice All News Time18 August 2014 13:05:46


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Thunderstorms in area where Air Algerie plane crashed

25 July 2014 18:58:14 WN.com - Europe News

25 July 2014 Last updated at 17:00 BST BBC Weather's Tomasz Schafernaker says there were thunderstorms in the area where Air Algerie flight AH5017 was flying before it crashed on Thursday. Although the cause of the crash is still being investigated, the French authorities say it is likely the passenger plane - which had 116 people on board - came down due to bad weather....

Vice All News Time25 July 2014 18:58:14


MH17 crash ‘Flight steward not supposed to be on ill-fated flight’

18 July 2014 08:20:54 Malaysia News latest RSS headlines - Malaysia Sun.com

Flight MH17 took off from Schiphol shortly after noon Thursday and was supposed to land in Kuala Lumpur at about 6.10am local time on Friday. Flight tracking data indicated that the plane was at ...

Vice All News Time18 July 2014 08:20:54


Water, water, every where

15 July 2014 12:59:12 China Daily

Hot weather has been driving many Chinese into beaches and swimming pools.

Vice All News Time15 July 2014 12:59:12


MH370 Missing Malaysia plane not where ‘pings’ heard

30 May 2014 19:19:38 Malaysia News latest RSS headlines - Malaysia Sun.com

The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) has confirmed that missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 is not in the search zone where acoustic pings were detected. Photograph: Kelli Lunt/Australia ...

Vice All News Time30 May 2014 19:19:38


Robot sub resumes search for plane

16 April 2014 02:43:05 WN.com - World News

A robotic submarine looking for the lost Malaysian jet has continued its second seabed search as up to 14 planes are taking to the skies for some of the final sweeps of the Indian Ocean for floating debris. The US Navy's Bluefin 21 submarine began its second 20-hour underwater mission after cutting short its first because the ocean waters where it was sent were too deep, officials said. The unmanned sub is programmed to hover 100ft above the seabed, but it started searching in a patch that was deeper than the sub's maximum operating depth of 15,000ft, the search co-ordination centre said. A built-in safety feature returned the Bluefin to the surface and it was not damaged, officials added....

Vice All News Time16 April 2014 02:43:05


Welcome to Shuafat East Jerusalem where water comes only after dark

15 April 2014 02:28:10 Israel News latest RSS headlines - Israel Herald.com

In a narrow alley in Shuafat refugee camp, in East Jerusalem, slender plastic water pipes snake down the outside of buildings to the ground and to the electric pumps buried at ground level. It is ...

Vice All News Time15 April 2014 02:28:10


When a plane hits the water

11 April 2014 04:16:35 CNN.com - Asia

Could it all have sunk? It's extremely unlikely that the Boeing 777 would have slipped beneath the waves intact, and if it had broken up, pieces of the aircraft are likely to have been cast adrift on the surface, a former pilot says.

Vice All News Time11 April 2014 04:16:35


Search planes, ships divert to Indian Ocean area where 'pings' detected

07 April 2014 05:32:00 WN.com - World News

SYDNEY/PERTH, Australia - Some planes and ships searching for a missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner in the Indian Ocean moved on Monday toward waters where a Chinese vessel had picked up "ping" signals at the weekend, raising hopes of finding the airliner's black-box recorders. The black boxes, thought be to lying on the ocean floor, are equipped with locator beacons that send pings on the same frequency as those detected by the Chinese naval ship, but the beacons' batteries are thought to be running out by now, a month after Flight MH370 disappeared. "We are running out of time in terms of terms of the battery life,"...

Vice All News Time07 April 2014 05:32:00


Search planes, ships divert to Indian Ocean area where ‘pings’ detected

07 April 2014 03:22:31 GMA News Online / News

SYDNEY/PERTH, Australia - Some planes and ships searching for a missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner in the Indian Ocean moved on Monday toward waters where a Chinese vessel had picked up "ping" signals at the weekend, raising hopes of finding the airliner&s black-box recorders.

Vice All News Time07 April 2014 03:22:31