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Italy’s Mount Etna erupts

June 1, 2019
Italy’s Mount Etna launched streams of lava into the night sky in the early hours Friday.

Venezuelan plane makes emergency landing at Piarco

May 31, 2019
The Airports Authority of TT (AATT) on Thursday confirmed the emergency landing of Venezolana Airlines flight AW1303 which was en route to Caracas from the Piarco International Airport.

Cargo ship carrying old Canadian waste pulls away from Philippines

May 31, 2019
The cargo ship commissioned by the Canadian government to repatriate truckloads of garbage that Canada transported to the Philippines in batches from 2013 pulled away from the country on Friday morning, a port official said.

Thousands of Brazilians in 100 towns protest against education budget cut

May 31, 2019
Thousands of Brazilians took to the streets of over 100 towns to protest against the cuts in the budget for public education announced by the federal government this month.

Healthcare costs top financial problem for U.S. families

May 30, 2019
Americans are more likely to name healthcare costs than any other issue when asked to say what is the most important financial problem facing their family.

Airbus A320 aircraft makes emergency landing at Sheremetyevo Airport

May 30, 2019
An A320 plane has made an emergency landing at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport, because the airliner’s fire detection system went off during the flight, an emergencies source informed TASS.

Explosion in China's Fangda Special Steel mill kills one, injures 9

May 30, 2019
Reuters reported that an explosion at a steel mill owned by Fangda Special Steel Technology killed one person and injured nine others.

700 injured in massive chemical fire and explosion in Thai port

May 29, 2019
Seven-hundred people were injured when a cargo ship carrying unregistered chlorine exploded this past weekend at Thailand’s deep-sea port southeast of Bangkok, the government reported.

Half of Bucharest left without hot water

May 29, 2019
Bucharest mayor Gabriela Firea said that power and heating generation company Elcen, controlled by the Government, stopped hot water deliveries in three of the capital’s six districts (2nd, 3rd, and 4th), without notifying the municipality’s heating distribution operator Radet, local reported.

Rights group tries to block new Saudi ship from leaving France with arms

May 29, 2019
A French rights group sought on Tuesday to block the loading of what it said were munitions onto a Saudi Arabian ship docked in southern France, as pressure mounts on Paris to stop military sales to the kingdom.

Over 80,000 in midwestern U.S. state left without power after massive tornado

May 29, 2019
More than 80,000 people in the midwestern U.S. state of Ohio were left without power early Tuesday morning following a massive tornado overnight, officials said.

Hotter than Ibiza: UK to bask in 30C this weekend

May 29, 2019
Britain will bask in scorching heat of up to 30C (86F) this weekend, with temperatures set to be higher than Ibiza.
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