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Air Canada severe turbulence injures 37
Air CanadaJuly 12, 2019 ET
An Air Canada flight Thursday morning was forced to divert to Honolulu after suffering turbulence, which caused 37 injuries, local media reported.
Major fire breaks out in thermal power plant near Moscow
SevernayaJuly 11, 2019 ET
The Severnaya Thermal Power Plant in Mytishchi, near Moscow, has caught fire and a large number of fire-fighting units from the Russian Emergencies Ministry have been dispatched to the scene, a source in the emergencies services said.
Pilot in Montenegro-Moscow flight loses consciousness over Kaluga, Russia
Montenegro AirlinesJuly 11, 2019 ET
The lead pilot in a Montenegro Airlines flight from Tivat to Moscow lost consciousness in the air, the wire service Interfax reported.
Smartwings plane makes emergency landing in Budapest
SmartwingsJuly 11, 2019 ET
An airplane operated by Czech airline Smartwings made an emergency landing shortly after takeoff at Budapest’s Liszt Ferenc Airport on Thursday after its landing gear was damaged, a spokesman for Budapest Airport told national news agency MTI.
Australian banks hit by telecom outage
WestpacJuly 11, 2019 ET
Australia’s biggest banks said on Thursday that a telecommunications outage had knocked out some teller machines and branch services.
Indian Air Force integrates Russian R-73 missiles with French Mirage-2000
Russian R-73 missilesJuly 11, 2019 ET
For close to a decade now, the Indian Air Force (IAF) has been integrating Russian R-73 missiles with its French-built Mirage 2000 fighter aircraft.
San Francisco residents sue city government over homeless shelter plan
San Francisco EmbarcaderoJuly 11, 2019 ET
A coalition of local residents filed a lawsuit against San Francisco government over a controversial plan to build a homeless shelter near Embarcadero along the city\'s eastern shoreline, which is home to several waterfront attractions, an advocacy group said.
Egypt denies preventing Iran oil tanker from passing through Suez Canal
Suez CanalJuly 11, 2019 ET
Egypt\'s Suez Canal Authority denied on Wednesday the reports about preventing an Iranian oil tanker from passing through the Suez Canal, an official source in the authority said.
Multi-language traffic signs being used first time in Britain
Multi-language traffic signsJuly 11, 2019 ET
Multi-language road signs are being piloted for the first time on one of Britain\'s busiest motorways, Highways England said.
Death toll from storm in Greece rises to 6, 65 injured
Storm in GreeceJuly 11, 2019 ET
Greek authorities say the death toll from a powerful storm in northern Greece has increased to six, after an injured child died overnight.
Royal Navy blocks Iran efforts to seize British oil tanker
Strait of HormuzJuly 11, 2019 ET
HMS Montrose intervened when three Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps boats attempted to block the British Heritage on its passage into the Strait of Hormuz.
Soviet submarine that sank off Norway in 1989 still emitting radiation
KomsomoletsJuly 10, 2019 ET
A Soviet nuclear submarine which sank off Norway in 1989 is still emitting radiation, researchers said following an expedition that used a remotely controlled vehicle for the first time.
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