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Qantas flight turns back after flames seen coming from engine

Qantas flight turns back after flames seen coming from engine

A Qantas jet travelling between the United States and Melbourne had to turn back to Los Angeles after sparks and flames were seen coming from an engine. 'The plane was then turned back and landed safely but multiple fire trucks were lining the runway when we landed, ' the passenger said. Passenger Darren Sudgen, told News Limited he heard a loud noise as the engine failed.


Hanford crews work overnight to begin tunnel repairs

Hanford crews work overnight to begin tunnel repairs

The report concluded if the tunnels collapsed, from an quake or another natural cause, it could pose a risk to workers because of the highly contaminated railcars stored inside. The tunnels in question were storing rail cars that once carried radioactive nuclear fuel from reactors to production facilities, back when the site was still used to manufacture nuclear weapons.


Jared Kushner identified as 'person of interest' in Trump-Russia probe

Jared Kushner identified as 'person of interest' in Trump-Russia probe

The former FBI director has confirmed that he will testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee on the investigation into links between Mr Trump's administration and Russian Federation. Calling the investigation "a witch hunt", Trump said: "There is no collusion - certainly myself and my campaign - but I can always speak for myself and the Russians - zero".



Arms deal worth $350 billion signed

Air Force One touched down in mid-morning at the King Khalid airport in Riyadh, where Trump was greeted on a red carpet-bedecked tarmac by King Salman and other high-level Saudi officials. Saudi's ruling family grew deeply frustrated with Obama's detente with Iran and his restrained approach on Syria. The king did not greet Obama at the airport during his final visit to the nation a year ago.


Jim Comey's father, a lifelong NJ Republican, calls Trump 'really crazy'

Jim Comey's father, a lifelong NJ Republican, calls Trump 'really crazy'

TASS posted pictures showing the trio together in the Oval Office, angering the White House and adding odd and ironic optics to questions swirling around the White House over Comey's firing and the investigations into allegations of questionable ties between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation.