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The Cessna 414 aircraft went down at the parking lot of a Staples store in the 3900 block of Bristol Street at 12:28 p.m. on Sunday, authorities said. Footage from the scene shows the wreckage of a twin-engine Cessna. The doomed flight's horrifying nose-dive was captured by at least two vehicle's dashboard cameras.
  • Venezuela: Maduro accuse le président colombien d'un

    Venezuela: Maduro accuse le président colombien d'un "attentat" au drone contre lui

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    Le président vénézuélien a été la cible d'un " attentat " au drone chargé d'explosif, samedi 4 août, lors d'une cérémonie militaire. Après quoi, la caméra de la télévision publique a montré plusieurs centaines de soldats en train de rompre soudainement les rangs et de se mettre à courir sur l'avenue où se déroulait l'événement, dans une certaine confusion.
  • Passenger aircraft crashes in Mexico shortly after takeoff

    Passenger aircraft crashes in Mexico shortly after takeoff

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    Forty-nine were hospitalised while the rest were allowed to go home. Everyone on board appears to have survived, the state's governor said, but crews are checking the hull to make sure no one was trapped. "I think we fell back on the runway because it was a hard surface, then we skidded on the ground until it stopped", she said. Earlier, he wrote on his Twitter account that "it is confirmed there were no fatalities" from Tuesday's accident.
  • As many as 20 feared dead after plane crash in Swiss Alps

    As many as 20 feared dead after plane crash in Swiss Alps

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    Ju-Air, a company based in Duebendorf, near Zurich, that offers flights with old-time Junkers Ju-52 planes, said one of its aircraft had been involved in the accident. In another Swiss plane crash on Saturday, a tourist plane carrying a couple and two young children crashed in a forest in the Nidwald canton and immediately burst into flames.
  • Danish burqa ban comes into effect amid protests

    Danish burqa ban comes into effect amid protests

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    Few Muslim women in Denmark wear the full face veils. Under the new measures wearing a body-length burqa, which covers a person's entire face, or the niqab veil, which only shows the eyes, in public will lead to a fine of 1,000 kroner ($156).
  • Ends TERRIBLY: Idiot taunts Yellowstone bison by banging his chest

    Ends TERRIBLY: Idiot taunts Yellowstone bison by banging his chest

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    He jumps out of the way and does not appear to be injured by the bison as they go their separate ways in the video. The man runs away, then spins around and raises his arms. "These distances safeguard both visitors and the remarkable experience of sharing a landscape with thousands of freely-roaming animals", he said. "People who ignore these rules are risking their lives and threatening the park experience for everyone else", said park superintendent Dan Wenk.
  • Dan Coats’s subtle-yet-stunning admission about Trump’s meeting with Putin

    Dan Coats’s subtle-yet-stunning admission about Trump’s meeting with Putin

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    Russian Federation is waging a "pervasive" campaign to undermine democracy and "divide the United States", several of the nation's top intelligence officials said Thursday in their latest castigation of the Kremlin. Trump tweeted on August 1. John Bolton , the national security adviser, also wrote in a letter to Senate Democrats that " President Trump has not and will not tolerate interference in America's system of representative government".
  • Zoe Carew, 7, Gets New Zealand to Change Sexist 'Linemen' Road Signs

    Zoe Carew, 7, Gets New Zealand to Change Sexist 'Linemen' Road Signs

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    New Zealand will change signs that say " Linemen " to " Line Crew " after a seven-year-old girl wrote a letter to authorities pointing out that " women can be line-workers too", the Guardian reports . While the chief executive said the NZTA agreed with Carew's opinion, he informed her that the term "line-workers" would require a bigger sign , and suggested " line crew " instead.
  • Côte-d’Or. Sept blessés dans une fusillade

    Côte-d’Or. Sept blessés dans une fusillade

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    Une quinzaine de jeunes est en train de discuter et joue à une console portable lorsque une Renault Clio rouge débarque sur l'aire de jeux. Les jeunes parviennent à éviter le véhicule de justesse. " J'ai vu à leurs regards qu'ils avaient une haine envers nous ", a expliqué un des jeunes pris pour cible à France 3 Bourgogne-France-Comté . Un à Beaune, l'autre à Dijon.
  • Schreiner calls perceived cuts to social assistance rates 'cruel'

    Schreiner calls perceived cuts to social assistance rates 'cruel'

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    She did not elaborate further. The Ford government is working on a plan to reform Social Assistance so that it can help more people break the cycle of poverty, re-enter the workforce and get back on track. They also announced they would cancel a basic income pilot project in three cities. "We're going to hit the pause button on the previous government's patchwork system and replace it with a system that helps stabilize people in need and support them to succeed".
  • New DeSantis campaign ad catches eyeballs ahead of Trump's Florida rally

    New DeSantis campaign ad catches eyeballs ahead of Trump's Florida rally

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    He was trying to tell supporters that tighter laws would stop people who aren't US citizens from voting, and in his argument added that people need IDs for most other things. President Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally at Florida. The Democrats are not voting for what we want to do. The rally was a show of force for DeSantis, who faces off against state Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam in the state's August 28 Republican primary.
  • Denmark: Face veil ban a discriminatory violation of women's rights

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    Protests against the ban were planned in the capital Copenhagen and the second-biggest city Aarhus late Wednesday, with several hundred people expected to attend - some of them wearing the full-face veil. "[The new law] is against the constitution in Denmark, so we're trying to fight that", Maria, who requested not to use her full name, from dialogue group Kvinder i Dialog said.
  • Élections au Zimbabwe : l'opposant Chamisa certain de sa victoire

    Élections au Zimbabwe : l'opposant Chamisa certain de sa victoire

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    Pour ces scrutins historiques, "la participation est élevée", a annoncé à la mi-journée lundi la présidente de la commission électorale Priscilla Chigumba. M. Chamisa a d'ores et déjà estimé que les élections seraient, à ses yeux, très vraisemblablement entachées de fraudes. Le président Mnangagwa, soucieux de se démarquer, a promis cette année des scrutins libres, justes et transparents et a invité, pour la première fois en seize ans, des observateurs électoraux occidentaux.