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  1. Spanish Eurofighter planes fly during the Spanish National Day military parade in Madrid on October 12, 2017. Photo: AFP MADRID: A Spanish Eurofighter jet crashed on Thursday after taking part in a military display in Madrid for Spain's national day, killing its pilot, the defence ministry said. "As a result of the accident, the pilot of the plane that crashed on its approach to landing has died," the ministry said in a statement. It said the Eurofighter went down near a military base at Albacete, 300 kilometres (180 miles) southeast of the capital. The Twitter account for the defence ministry's chief of staff confirmed the pilot's death. "Rest in peace, comrade. Thank you for helping us to celebrate the day you have given your life for. We won't forget you," it said, posting an image of the Spanish flag pinned with a black ribbon. A Eurofighter last crashed in Spain in June 2014, killing the pilot when it ploughed into grass short of the runway at the Moron air force base near Seville. Spain's national day marks the date that Christopher Columbus first arrived in the Americas in 1492. It falls this year in the middle of Spain's biggest political crisis in a decade as Catalonia's separatist leader is threatening to split the region from the rest of the country. A traditional military parade took place in Madrid, with fighter jets, military planes and helicopters making several flybys.
  2. A still image taken from a file video footage shows a Russian Sukhoi Su-24 military jet taxiing on the tarmac at the Hmeymim air base near Latakia, Syria. Photo: Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation/Handout via REUTERS MOSCOW: A Russian military jet crashed while taking off from Russia?s Hmeymim air base in Syria on Tuesday in an incident that killed its two-man crew, Russia?s Defence Ministry said, Russian news agencies reported. The Sukhoi-24 attack aircraft, codenamed Fencer by the NATO military alliance, was heading out on a combat mission, but its crew failed to eject after the plane veered off the runway, the ministry was cited as saying. A technical fault may have been to blame, the ministry said. Russia has used the Hmeymim base in Latakia Province to launch air strikes against opponents of President Bashar al-Assad since it first intervened in the Syrian conflict in September 2015. Russia lost two other planes - a Sukhoi-33 and a MiG-29 - off the coast of Syria last year in accidents involving its sole aircraft carrier, the Admiral Kuznetsov.
  3. Russia has staged air strikes in Syria in support of the regime of President Bashar al-Assad since 2015/AFP MOSCOW: A Sukhoi military jet crashed while trying to take off from Russia's Hmeimim base in Syria on Tuesday, killing the crew, Russian news agencies quoted a military spokesman as saying. "The Su-24 plane rolled off the runway and broke up while accelerating for takeoff... The plane's crew did not have time to eject and died," the spokesman said. He did not clarify how many people died, but the Su-24 usually has a crew of two. "According to a report from the scene of the accident, the reason could be a technical failure," he added. Russia has staged air strikes in Syria in support of the regime of President Bashar al-Assad since 2015. On Tuesday, the defence ministry said Russian planes are currently carrying out 150 strikes per day in eastern Syria against Daesh militants. The latest casualties put the toll of Russian servicemen officially reported killed in Syria at 37. Last month a Russian general was killed near the eastern city of Deir Ezzor, where Russian special forces are participating in the regime's ground offensive.
  4. A helicopter of the Indian army takes off in Fort William Army Weapons Exhibition in Kolkata, India, January 30, 2010-Reuters NEW DELHI: An Indian airforce helicopter crashed in a remote mountain region near the border with China on Friday, killing all seven personnel on board, officials said. The Russian-made Mi-17 helicopter was ferrying military officials to a forward post in the northeastern state of Arunachal Pradesh, defense spokesman Suneet Newton said. India is trying to modernize its airforce with new planes and helicopters but the procurement process has been slow. Newton said the cause of Friday?s crash was not known immediately. India has also been expanding its military infrastructure in the area to narrow the gap with China which has superior road and air links.
  5. KINHASA: A military transport plane belonging to the Congolese army crashed near Kinshasa on Saturday, killing "several dozen" people, military and airport sources told AFP. The Antonov transport plane had just taken off and had "several dozen people" on board, an airport source told AFP, speaking on condition of anonymity. The plane went down in Nsele, about 100 kilometres to the east of Kinshasa, capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo, the source said. A local official in the area of the crash told AFP there were "no survivors". The plane, which had a Russian crew, was carrying "two vehicles and weapons" and military personnel, a source at the army's headquarters told AFP, also speaking on condition of anonymity. He said there were "between 20 and 30 people" on board when it took off from Ndolo airport in Kinshasa. A witness at the crash site told AFP he had seen the plane "falling" out the sky shortly before 9:00 am but said there was no sign of any smoke coming from the aircraft.
  6. RIYADH: Saudi Arabia's lifting of a much-criticised ban on women drivers will reduce the number of car crashes in a country with one of the world's worst traffic-related death rates, its interior minister said on Thursday. King Salman announced the historic change on Tuesday, ending a conservative tradition which limited women´s mobility and was seen by rights activists as an emblem of their suppression in the kingdom where Islam originated. Saudi Arabia was the only remaining country in the world to bar women from driving, a policy that will officially end in June 2018 after a ministerial committee report on measures needed for implementation. Prince Abdulaziz bin Saud bin Nayef, the interior minister who took over from his uncle in June, said security forces were ready to apply traffic laws to men and women, though he did not mention if women would be recruited as traffic police. "Women driving cars will transform traffic safety into a pedagogical practice which will reduce human and economic losses caused by accidents," he was quoted as saying on the ministry´s official Twitter feed. He did not elaborate. Around 20 Saudis die each day in traffic accidents. Poor governance has contributed to Saudi Arabia´s woeful record in road safety, analysts say, and the government is aiming to reduce the number of deaths by a quarter as part of its ambitious Vision 2030 reform programme. While Saudi women have generally praised the lifting of the driving ban, some men expressed concern it would dramatically increase the number of cars on already crowded Saudi roads. A middle- to upper-class Saudi family typically has two vehicles, one driven by the man of the house and a second car in which a full-time chauffeur transports his wife and children. The royal decree promises to change lifestyles for many of the 10 million women over the age of 20, including foreigners, who live in Saudi Arabia. It may also help restore auto sales growth in a market dented by the economic fallout from weak oil prices. But because of conservative traditions, it may actually take years rather than months for women to become a major presence on the roads in some areas. In a country where gender segregation has been enforced for decades, the decree means women will have regular contact with unrelated men, such as fellow drivers and traffic police.
  7. An ambulance arrives at the Ataturk airport, Istanbul, Turkey, June 28, 2016. REUTERS/Osman Orsal/Files ANKARA: Istanbul?s main Ataturk airport was closed to traffic on Thursday after a private jet crashed on the runway, Turkey?s Dogan news agency said. The jet ? registered as TC-KON ? crashed as it was landing, Dogan said. There were no immediate reports of casualties.
  8. Would you crash your car to save a stray dog? Let us rephrase. Would you crash a Rs 3.88 crore Ferrari to save a stray furry one's life? Humanity precedes materialism and that is exactly what a 36-year-old man in a blue Ferrari 488 Spider showed the world earlier this week. At about 2pm in the afternoon, speeding through a turn at Aberdeen Reservoir Road in Hong Kong, the man spotted a stray dog in his way and didn't think twice before crashing into three sign posts on the pavement to save the dog's life. Thankfully, neither the dog nor the driver were injured. © Carscoops Before you start thinking he was drunk, making a textbook excuse to be let off of the hook easy, we should tell you that according to a report in the South China Morning Post, the man was cleared of being under the influence. It was pure compassion that led him to save the stray's life. Undoubtedly an exemplary citizen, this Chinese man deserves a medal for this conscientious display. Considering the Ferrari 488's worth at least 1000 kidneys, that was a very expensive swerve, but is it really worth more than life? We don't think so. Pictures from the crash show that the front of the car was totalled, which implies that the vehicle was on the go at a decently high speed. Well, you can't blame the man for extracting some driving pleasure out the 660hp automobile that jumps from 0-100 kmph in a little over three seconds. Coincidentally, a local online car solutions platform, happened to be passing by the street at the time of the incident and the GoCar 2 not only watched the incident take place but also managed to take a video of it-- from cruise to crash. Making the most of being in the wrong place at the right time, camera at the ready, GoCar 2 uploaded the video to Facebook with a bit of a quirky background score, "Who let the dogs out". Take a look at the video here:
  9. Pictured is the truck inside the empty school building. ? Geo News screengrab SUKKUR: A truck lost control and crashed into an empty school building in Sukkur late Monday night, local officials said. The incident occurred after the vehicle's brakes failed and it crashed into an empty school building near Sukkur's famous Ghanta Ghar (Clock Tower), Deputy Mayor Tariq Chauhan said. Rescue members and police reached the site soon after the incident. The driver of the vehicle and a helper were rescued from under the rubble, officials said. Efforts were underway to rescue another helper.
  10. PARIS: At least one person was killed and another injured in the French port city of Marseille after a car crashed into two bus shelters, a French police source told Reuters on Monday. The driver was arrested at the scene, the source added. "At the moment we have no information on the motives of this individual," the source said. Last week, 14 people were killed after two vehicle rampages saw drivers plough into pedestrians in Spanish cities of Barcelona and Cambrils, in a renewed wave of terrorist attacks in Europe. The Daesh group claimed responsibility for the attack, saying the perpetrators had been responding to its call for action by carrying out Thursday´s rampage along Barcelona´s most famous avenue, which was thronged with holiday-makers enjoying an afternoon stroll at the peak of the tourist season. This is a developing story
  11. LONDON: A double-decker bus crashed into a building in south London, British police said on Thursday, injuring a number of people and trapping two passengers inside. The Metropolitan Police said they had been called to reports of a collision on Lavender Hill, near London's busy Clapham Junction train station. "The driver has been taken to a south London hospital. A number of passengers were treated by London Ambulance Service (LAS) at the scene," police said in a statement. "Two passengers remain trapped on the upper deck. The road is currently closed to traffic," it added.
  12. WASHINGTON: US aviation authorities are looking into an incident involving an Air Canada plane that nearly landed on a crowded taxiway instead of a runway at San Francisco airport, officials said Tuesday. The Air Canada Airbus A320 was cleared to land on Runway 28-Right at San Francisco International Airport shortly before midnight on Friday, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said. "However, the pilot inadvertently lined up for Taxiway C, which runs parallel to the runway," the FAA said in a statement. "An air traffic controller sent the Air Canada jet around. The plane made another approach and landed without incident," the statement added. Four planes were lined up on Taxiway C awaiting clearance to take off when the Air Canada aircraft, which had 135 passengers and five crew members on board, was diverted by the control tower. The FAA is investigating how close the Air Canada plane ? Flight AC759 flying from Toronto to San Francisco ? came to the aircraft that were lined up on Taxiway C. The incident was first reported by The Mercury News, which cited aviation experts as saying that a potentially horrific accident had been narrowly averted. "If it is true, what happened probably came close to the greatest aviation disaster in history," Ross Aimer, a retired United Airlines captain, told the newspaper. "If you could imagine an Airbus colliding with four passenger aircraft wide bodies, full of fuel and passengers, then you can imagine how horrific this could have been," he said. Air Canada said in a statement that it was investigating the circumstances of the go-around involving its plane and has "no additional information to offer" at this time. An audio recording of the radio exchanges between air traffic control and the pilot of Air Canada 759 can be heard online. On the recording, the Air Canada pilot acknowledges instructions from the tower that he should land on Runway 28R or 28-Right. The San Francisco airport has two runways that run parallel to each other: 28-Right and 28-Left. Also running parallel to Runway 28-Right is a taxiway ? Taxiway C ? where planes line up single file to await clearance to take off. Just moments after receiving permission to land on Runway 28-Right, the Air Canada pilot returns to the radio sensing that something is amiss. "Uh, Tower, I just want to confirm ? this is Air Canada 759 ? we see some lights on the runway there, across the runway, can you confirm we're clear to land?" The tower responds: "Air Canada 759 confirmed clear to land Runway 28-Right. There is no one on 28-Right but you." "OK, Air Canada 759," the pilot replies. At this point, an unidentified man's voice breaks in ? presumably a pilot in one of the aircraft waiting to take off. "Where's this guy going? He's on the taxiway," he says. Air traffic control immediately tells the Air Canada pilot not to land. "Air Canada go around," the tower says. "In the go-around, Air Canada 759," the pilot responds. The pilot of a United Airlines plane on the ground tells the tower meanwhile that "Air Canada flew directly over us". "Yeah, I saw that guys," the Tower replies.
  13. A small plane crashed on the 405 Freeway near John Wayne Airport in Orange County, California, US, June 30, 2017. Courtesy of Rafi Mamalian/Handout via REUTERS LOS ANGELES: A small plane crash-landed on a freeway in Orange County, California, on Friday morning, critically injuring two people on board and snarling traffic on a major north-south artery through the area, authorities said. The fiery crash was captured on cell-phone video by a driver and broadcast on local KABC-TV. It showed the twin-engine Cessna 310 as it passed low over the northbound side of the San Diego (405) Freeway in southern California before slamming into the ground on the southbound lanes. The aircraft, which appeared to be rapidly losing power, is seen levelling out slightly before hitting the ground and bursting into flames about 1,000 feet from a runway at John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana. Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Ian Gregor said the pilot declared an emergency shortly after taking off from John Wayne airport and was trying to return there when the plane crashed at about 9:35 AM local time. Captain Larry Kurtz of the Orange County Fire Authority told KABC that the plane clipped a car on the freeway immediately before crashing, but the occupants of the vehicle were not hurt. Televised images showed the wreckage resting in the southbound lanes of the freeway immediately adjacent to John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana, covered in fire-retardant foam and surrounded by police and firefighters. The freeway, the main north-south route through southern Orange County, was shut in both directions for about an hour before the northbound side and one southbound lane was reopened. Still, traffic remained backed up for miles in both directions some two hours after the incident. Arrivals were halted at the airport for about 45 minutes after the crash, and officials there advised travellers to arrive several hours early for flights. An Orange County sheriff's spokesman said that two people, identified only as a male and female, had been pulled from the wreckage of the plane and were being taken to a nearby hospital with serious injuries. The plane was still on the freeway several hours after the crash and investigators for the National Transportation Safety Board, Federal Aviation Administration and John Wayne Airport were said to be en route to the scene.
  14. Photo: File Paris police on Monday said they were dealing with an incident on the Champs Elysees in the city centre as a Reuters witness saw officers cordon off an area near the avenue and close to the presidential Elysee palace. The announcement on a police Twitter account advised the public to avoid the area, and came after people took to social media to report that a car had caught fire in the area.
  15. WASHINGTON: A United States Navy destroyer ? USS Fitzgerald (DDG 62) ? collided with a merchant ship, 56 nautical miles south-west of Japan's Yokosuka, late Friday night, the American naval warfare services said. The US Navy in its statement mentioned it has consequently requested assistance from the Japanese coast guard, while the extent of US personnel injuries is currently "being determined". "The extent of damage is being determined. [?] The incident will be investigated," the US Navy stated. ?This is a developing story and will be updated as more information is made available
  16. Defending champion Novak Djokovic crashed out of the French Open on Wednesday, sparking fresh fears over his appetite for the sport he once dominated as Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray made the semi-finals. World number two Djokovic slumped to a stunning 7-6 (7/5), 6-3, 6-0 quarter-final loss to Dominic Thiem for his earliest exit in Paris in seven years. Nadal, chasing a 10th Roland Garros title, will face 23-year-old Thiem after making the last four without breaking sweat. He was 6-2, 2-0 up on Pablo Carreno Busta when his Spanish compatriot quit with an abdominal injury. Friday's other semi-final will pitch world number one Murray, the runner-up to Djokovic in 2016, against 2015 champion Stan Wawrinka. Murray made the semi-finals for the fifth time with a 2-6, 6-1, 7-6 (7/0), 6-1 win over Japanese eighth seed Kei Nishikori. Wawrinka became the oldest French Open semi-finalist in 32 years when he brushed aside Marin Cilic 6-3, 6-3, 6-1. Djokovic, who had brought in Andre Agassi as coach in an effort to boost his flagging career, hinted he may step back from the sport to regroup even with Wimbledon fast approaching. "Trust me, I'm thinking about many things, especially in the last couple months," he said. "At the same time, I have responsibility to the game itself, towards others. We'll see. Obviously it's not an easy decision to make, but I will see how I feel after Roland Garros and then decide what to do next." Wednesday's defeat to Thiem was Djokovic's first straight-sets loss at a major in four years and comes just 12 months after he completed the career Grand Slam in Paris. Djokovic 'up for challenge' He then also held all four majors and became the first man to break the $100 million prize money barrier. Wednesday saw him suffer a first 6-0 'bagel' at a Slam since the 2005 US Open while the defeat will see him slip out of the world's top two for the first time in six years. "All the top players go through this. It's a big challenge but I am up for it," said Djokovic who was also runner-up in Paris in 2012, 2014 and 2015. Thiem had lost to the Serb in the semi-finals last year and took just one game in a straight-sets loss in Rome in May. His shock quarter-final victory was his first in six meetings with the 12-time major winner. Austrian sixth seed Thiem is the only man to beat Nadal on clay this year -- his Rome quarter-final success offsetting losses in the final in Barcelona and Madrid. "It's going to be the toughest match you can imagine," admitted the 23-year-old. Fourth seed Nadal recorded his 100th best-of-five-sets victory on clay -- from just 102 matches. He will be playing in his 10th semi-final in Paris and has made it having lost just 22 games through five matches. Bjorn Borg surrendered just 32 games on his way to the 1978 French Open, but Nadal insisted he has no interest in such records. "I don't know how many games I lost this year, but I really don't care about this. I only care that I am in the semi-finals," said Nadal. Murray advanced to his fourth straight semi-final in Paris, defeating Nishikori to avenge his loss to the Japanese star at the US Open last year. The Scot set up a semi-final rematch with third seed Wawrinka after beating the Swiss in four sets at the same stage a year ago. "He's played fantastic this tournament so far," Murray said of the 32-year-old, the oldest Roland Garros semi-finalist since Jimmy Connors in 1985. Like Nadal and Thiem, Wawrinka has not lost a set on his way to a third successive semi-final at Roland Garros. "It was perfect today, I'm very satisfied," said reigning US Open champion Wawrinka after a 12th win in 14 meetings with Cilic.
  17. Nine-time champion Rafael Nadal and defending champion Novak Djokovic, on 4 June, surged into the French Open quarterfinals for a record-equalling 11th time. But, apart from the feat, their progress into the tournament also promised a potential showdown between the two in the semi-finals of the men's singles category. With all eyes on their quarterfinal clashes, the fans were hoping to see the two icons get the better of their opponents before facing each other in what appeared to be their reunion at the Roland Garros. © Reuters While Nadal moved into his 10th French Open semi-final after overcoming his opponent Pablo Carreno Busta (thanks to his retirement due to abdominal problems), Djokovic, too, was expected to edge past Dominic Thiem in his quarterfinal clash. However, contrary to popular perception and to the utter dismay of tennis fans, the World No. 2 Serbian suffered a shock loss at the hands of his Austrian counterpart, quashing hopes of his reunion in the semi-finals with Nadal. © Reuters Djokovic was rolled over with remarkable ease by the 23-year-old World No. 7, who when they met in last year's semi-final had won just seven games. This time it was a 7-6, 6-3, 6-0 triumph for Thiem who will now square off against the Spaniard in the semi-finals. It was the first time that Djokovic has dropped a love set at a Grand Slam since the 2005 US Open. It was an unusual sight to see the great Serb battler, who had little answer to Thiem's kicks serve, so utterly flat at the end. © Reuters Djokovic's defeat also meant that Nadal will now overtake him as World No. 2, and he could possibly fall to No. 4 if Stan Wawrinka manages to reach the French Open final. Here's how Twitter reacted to the ouster of the defending champion: Federer in 2013. Nadal in 2015. Djokovic in 2017. The 3 giants of their era all fell into very dark places. The first 2 rebounded. — Matt Zemek (@mzemek) June 7, 2017 This is a crazy sport. 12 months ago Djokovic commanded all he surveyed. 12 months later he's slamless and in an arid mental wilderness. — Chris P (@scoobstennis) June 7, 2017 This is the first time since July 2011 that Djokovic will drop out of the world's top 2. Almost six years. Pretty impressive run. — Gaspar Ribeiro Lança (@gasparlanca) June 7, 2017 A year ago, Djokovic had won four straight Slams and made 23 of 24 Slam SFs. All four titles go undefended, only once reaching SFs. #rg17 — Ben Rothenberg (@BenRothenberg) June 7, 2017 Waking up to see that Djokovic lost...I was really looking forward to his match with Nadal. Oh well, it's probably for the better — Mo'nique (@Monikeeka) June 7, 2017
  18. LAHORE: A Pakistan Airforce jet while on a routine operational training mission crashed near Mianwali on Thursday, informed a PAF spokesperson. The pilot of F-7PG aircraft ejected safely and no loss of civilian life and property has been reported on ground, the spox added. A board of inquiry has been ordered by Air Headquarters to determine the cause of the accident.
  19. JHANG: A Pakistan Air Force (PAF) training jet crashed near Jhang's Athara Hazari area on Tuesday, a PAF spokesperson said. No casualties were reported as a consequence of the crash. The pilot remained unhurt and safely ejected from the jet, the PAF said. The aircraft crashed while on "routine operation training." Earlier on April 14, an Army training aviation plane crashed due to a technical fault in Haral village of Dina, about 17 kilometres from Jehlum. Read more: Army aviation training aircraft crashes near Jehlum Both pilots remained unhurt, a police spokesperson said.