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Video captures plane crashing into tree in CT

Video captures plane crashing into tree in CT

Lee said the pilot walked away without injuries. It then gets caught in a tree and then falls into a parking lot. Pilots at the terminal discussed what can go wrong in a failed go-around - or an aborted landing - but a staffer with Interstate Aviation, which runs the airport, told the Hartford Courant no one would comment.


How Singapore elected a president without a vote

How Singapore elected a president without a vote

Yacob was reportedly the only one who met the committee's requirements ― which include either experience in a top public post, or experience managing a private company with a specific minimum in shareholder equity. The electoral rule requiring the candidate to be Malay was instituted to ensure that a member of the ethnic group would have the chance to serve as president.


Mexico cancels Texas aid as it battles devastating losses

Mexico cancels Texas aid as it battles devastating losses

According to the CNBC , at least 96 people are dead and 2.5 million more are in need of aid following an 8.2 magnitude natural disaster that rocked the nation's southern region on Thursday. Mexico had offered to send 25 trailers with supplies, as well as 300 beds, nine generators, water treatment equipment, three mobile kitchens, radio and satellite equipment and personnel to the US.


Panama Case: Justice Khosa-led larger bench to hear review petitions

Panama Case: Justice Khosa-led larger bench to hear review petitions

A day before the Supreme Court (SC) is set to hear the review petitions against the July 28 verdict in the Panama Papers case, former prime minister Nawaz Sharif's children filed a petition requesting that a five-judge bench - rather than a three-judge bench - should hear the review appeals.


Gov. Scott: There's 'devastation' in the Florida Keys

Gov. Scott: There's 'devastation' in the Florida Keys

Irma restrengthened to a Category 4 storm early Sunday as it hit the lower Florida Keys with maximum sustained winds of 130 miles per hour just after 7 a.m. The storm is expected to be a tropical storm when it passes near Columbus at around 8 p.m. Monday, where more than 500 Glynn County residents were evacuated to through the Need a Ride program before the storm's path shifted west.