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Indonesia military pulls out of recovery effort for AirAsia jet
The civilian National Search and Rescue Agency said it may press on with the search for bodies. But its efforts will be hampered by the loss of the military’s large vessels and heavy recovery equipment.
Death count rises to 11 in crash of Greek F-16 jet at base
The two-seat jet was taking off but lost thrust and crashed into an area of the base where other aircraft involved in the Nato exercise were parked
Millions hunker down as US snowstorm totals downgraded
Most businesses in the area had gone dark, including some convenience stores and gas stations.
Unmanned drone found on White House grounds
Obama’s press secretary, Josh Earnest, speaking in New Delhi, did not deny that the object found at the White House was an aerial drone. Drones come in various sizes, some quite small, with purposes ranging from surveillance to recreational toys.
US loans fuelled insider deal, failed power plan in Liberia
Buchanan Renewables never built a promised power plant, so instead of powering a nation in need, it shipped biomass chips to Europe.
Clashes in Ukraine kill 9 soldiers in 24 hours: military
International concern has mounted over the conflict. Moscow denies accusations.
Woman, her four children murdered in Meerut
Police said the deceased were identified as Rukhsana, the mother, and her children - Rinsha, 20, Julie, 8, Goongie, 6, and Suhail, 12. The bodies of all her children were found in pools of blood inside a house.
I don’t trust the US, nor have I spoken with them: Fidel Castro
US President Barack Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro announced December 17 that the Cold War rivals would work to normalize relations.
‘No chance’ of beating climate change without India: Obama
India has so far baulked at committing itself to major cuts in carbon emissions ahead of a UN climate summit in Paris in December, arguing that it will not set itself targets that undermine efforts to end poverty.
San Francisco Zoo offers people cockroach, scorpion adoptions
For those feeling especially wronged, the zoo also gives the option of having a notification sent to the person behind the heartbreak.
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