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Mayor of Quebec town dies after being stung by wasps

La Prairie - The 51-year old mayor of La Prairie, Quebec, just south of Montreal, died last weekend after she was stung by wasps at her cottage. It is believed she did not have an allergy to the insects.
In the Media by Arthur Weinreb - 2 comments

Flight MH17: Questions U.S., Ukrainian authorities must answer

Donetsk - Emerging evidence shows that U.S. and Ukrainian intelligence services had information since earlier in the month that pro-Russian separatists possessed Buk missiles capable of shooting down jetliners, yet they did nothing to warn airlines of danger. Why?
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 10 comments

Event protests 'genocide' in Ukraine and Palestine held in Spain Special

Fuengirola - Tuesday, July 22, 2014 saw a demonstration on the beachfront in Fuengirola, Spain, with protesters publicly denouncing the genocide currently happening in both Palestine and Ukraine.
Digital Journal Report by Anne Sewell - 16 comments

At least 42 killed in Taiwan plane crash: officials

Taipei - At least 42 people were killed in a plane crash in Taiwan on Wednesday, officials said, with witnesses and local media reporting the flight came down in a storm after an aborted landing.
In the Media by Amber Wang (AFP)

Russia turns Sochi Olympic site, Crimea into casino zones

Moscow - Russia has designated Sochi's Olympic site and the annexed Crimean peninsula as gambling areas on Wednesday, in a bid to boost investment and tourism.
In the Media by AFP

Russia starts reinforcing naval fleet in Crimea

Sevastopol - Russia announced Wednesday that it had begun expanding and modernising its Black Sea fleet based in Crimea with new ships and submarines, just months after annexing the peninsula from Ukraine.
In the Media by AFP

Ground crew recall happy MH17 voyagers boarding doomed flight

The Hague - An airline ground crew member who checked passengers in for doomed flight MH17 has made an emotional post on Facebook, recalling sending off holidaymakers, children and grandparents with wishes for "a pleasant flight".
In the Media by AFP

Survey reveals top ten most miserable cities in United States

Vancouver - New research from the Vancouver-based University of British Columbia homes in on the unhappiest cities in the United States.
In the Media by Robert Myles - 1 comment

Ukraine in civil war: Red Cross

Geneva - The International Committee of the Red Cross said Wednesday that it considered Ukraine to be in a state of civil war, urging both sides to respect the laws of conflict as civilians bear the brunt.
In the Media by AFP

Nigerian 'suicide blasts' kill at least 25

Kano - Two blasts rocked northern Nigeria's Kaduna city on Wednesday, killing at least 25 people, in what appeared to be a double bomb attack by Boko Haram Islamists.
In the Media by Aminu Abubakar (AFP)

Kerry says 'some steps forward' made in Gaza conflict

Jerusalem - US Secretary of State John Kerry said Wednesday that diplomacy to end the Gaza bloodshed has made progress, but warned more time was needed.
In the Media by AFP

Anti-Semitism, violence rise in Europe as Gaza conflict continues

The ongoing conflict in Gaza has sparked anger in cities across Europe, with anti-Semitism seeing a sharp rise, resulting in violent protests, anti-Semitic chants and attacks on Jewish synagogues in some of Europe’s largest cities.
In the Media by Greta McClain - 3 comments

Iraq MPs stall presidential vote as violence rages

Baghdad - Iraqi lawmakers on Wednesday postponed choosing a new president for their ailing country while air strikes, suicide car bombs and summary executions yielded their daily grim crop of bodies.
In the Media by Jean Marc Mojon (AFP)

FAA bans U.S. air carriers from Israel's Ben Gurion Airport

Tel Aviv - Shortly after noon Tuesday the Federal Aviation Administration issued a ban of at least 24 hours on all U.S.-owned air carriers from flying to and from Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv in response to increased rocket attacks by the terrorist group Hamas.
In the Media by Stephen Pope

No evidence of tampering with MH17 voice recorder: Probe

The Hague - Dutch lead investigators into the shooting down over Ukraine of flight MH17 said Wednesday that data from the cockpit voice recorder was intact and had not been tampered with."The cockpit voice recorder was damaged but the memory module was intact.
In the Media by AFP

Gone, not forgotten: Costa Concordia towed from island of Giglio

The 114,500 ton Costa Concordia has at last been towed from the island of Giglio. Removing the ship was a massive effort that had its origins way back on Jan. 13, 2012 when the ship hit a reef and listed over, with 32 lives lost.
In the Media by Marcus Hondro

Top airlines cancel Israel flights after Gaza rocket strike

Washington - Major US, European and Canadian airlines cancelled flights to and from Israel after a rocket fired from Gaza struck near its main international airport in Tel Aviv.
In the Media by Robert MacPherson (AFP)

U.S. Air Force to launch new surveillance satellites

Washington - The U.S. Air Force will launch new satellites Wednesday to track those of other countries and counter possible threats to American spacecraft, officials said.
In the Media by AFP

S. Korean police slammed over ferry tycoon's body

Seoul - South Korea's police force was pilloried as doltish and incompetent Wednesday after announcing that a body found six weeks ago was that of a fugitive tycoon at the heart of a months-long manhunt.
In the Media by AFP
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