Syrian Jet ‘Bombs & Crashes Into Busy Rebel Held Market’,:27People Killed & Dozens Injured

BEIRUT, Aug 3 (Reuters) – At least 27 people were killed and dozens injured when a Syrian army fighter jet crashed into a busy marketplace in the rebel-held northwestern town of Ariha on Monday, residents and witnesses said. Most of the dead were civilians on the ground in the Idlib provincial town that fell to a coalition of Islamist insurgents in May, according to the Britain-based Observatory for Human Rights, which tracks violence across Syria….

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MH370 search: More Debris , ‘Possibly An aircraft Door’, Washes Up On Beach At Reunion Island

After a flapperon or wing part presumed to be part of a boeing 777 washed up on St Andre’s beach on Reunion Island, yet again another piece, now the second suspected plane piece has washed off onto Reunion Island. The latest debris, with markings featuring on it,  is assumed to be an aircraft door and it washed up on the south of the city of St Denis. In March 2014, a Malaysia Airlines flight , enroute from…

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Austria’s Top Female Pole Vaulter , Kira Grunberg, (21), Paralysed After Training Accident

The parents of Austria’s top pole vaulter Kira Grunberg were watching when their daughter landed on her head during a training exercise and was left paralysed. Her manager Thomas Herzog has said Grunberg, 21, landed on her head and neck next to the mat during a routine training jump on Thursday morning in Innsbruck. The accident left Grunberg’s cervical vertebrae fractured. Despite several hours of work by surgeons at Innsbruck’s University Clinic, her family were…

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Plane Piece Found On Beach On Reunion Island.-Missing MH370 Flight?

Plane Piece  Found On Beach On Reunion Island.-Missing MH370 Flight?

On Saturday 8/03/14 at 16:41 GMT, the doomed Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 took off  from Kuala Lumpur International Airport bound for Beijing and set to arrive at 06:30 22:30 GMT, but was unfortunately reported by  Malaysia Airlines to have lost contact within less than hours time after take off from Kuala Lumpur. Several searches were conducted based on available flight tracking data that analysts could present but all proved to be false starts as sixteen months down the line, nothing…

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US$15m Tobacco Destroyed By Fire At Harare, Mashonaland Tobacco Company

US$15m  Tobacco Destroyed By Fire At Harare, Mashonaland Tobacco Company

TOBACCO worth millions went up in smoke on Thursday after a freak fire engulfed a Mashonaland Tobacco Company (MTC) warehouse in Harare’s Willovale industrial area. MTC, which employs over 1,000 workers, is owned by American leaf merchant, Alliance One International. As usual the fire-brigade arrived but without water according to workers who talked to “Two fire engines came but the firefighters spent almost an hour searching for highdrants in the area while the fire…

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Police Name The 7 Dead In Tuesday’s Head On Collision Along Kwekwe-Gweru Highway

POLICE have released the names of the seven people who were killed in Tuesday’s horrific head-on collision which occurred about 20km from Kwekwe along the Kwekwe-Gweru highway. A Honda Fit which was travelling towards Gweru collided head-on with a Mazda B2200 that was transporting security guards in the Kwekwe direction. Police Spokesperson Chief Superintendent Paul Nyathi said a majority of the dead were from Kwekwe. He said the dead were; Blessing Gonga of Mbizo in…

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Harare Bound Bus, Burst Tyre & Overturns in Zambia :8 Zims Feared Dead

Harare Bound Bus, Burst Tyre & Overturns  in Zambia :8 Zims Feared  Dead

EIGHT Zimbabweans are feared to have died while 53 were injured Sunday when a Harare-bound bus burst a tyre just after Kafu Gorge in Zambia. Zambian police confirmed the accident, saying the King Lion Scania bus overturned along the Chirundu Road and landed on its right flank trapping passengers inside. The accident occurred at 10 AM. According to the cops, 27 Zimbabweans are admitted at Kafue Hospital. The cops said the driver, who was speeding,…

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Over 300 Injured As Commuter Train Rear Ends Another Train In Johannesburg

A Commuter train crashed into another passenger train during rush hour Friday in South Africa’s largest city injuring more than 300 people, an emergency services spokeswoman said. Nana Radebe, spokeswoman for Johannesburg Emergency Services, said 326 people were rushed to nearby hospitals with minor to serious injuries. No fatalities were reported. “For now we have removed people with minor to serious injuries, but none critical,” she said, adding that firefighters searched for commuters who may have…

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