Archive | October, 2015

Airlines review Sinai route after crash


Two major airlines say they will avoid flying over Sinai after a Russian plane crashed on the Egyptian peninsula, killing all 224 people on board.

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‘Rules ignored’ in Romania club fire


Romania’s president says safety regulations seem to have been ignored in a Bucharest nightclub where a fire killed 27 people on Friday night.

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Russian airliner missing over Sinai


Russian airliner carrying more than 200 passengers missing on flight over Egypt’s Sinai peninsula, reports say.

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A Menu Guide for Travelers: Spain (How to Eat Out All Over the World)

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A Menu Guide for Travelers: Spain (How to Eat Out All Over the World)

A Menu Guide for Travelers: Spain (How to Eat Out All Over the World)

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Deadly blaze hits Bucharest nightclub


A fire at a nightclub in the Romanian capital Bucharest has killed at least 27 people and injured 155, authorities there say.

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Taxis ‘refused to take Aboriginal star’


Prominent Aboriginal Australian actor “Uncle” Jack Charles says he has been refused a ride on racial grounds by two taxis in three days.

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Twenty-two migrants drown near Greece


At least 22 migrants – many of them children – drown in a new boat tragedy off Greece, whose PM scorns EU leaders’ handling of the crisis.

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UN urges ‘flexibility’ on Syria talks


The UN secretary general calls for “flexibility” at talks between the countries backing rival sides in the Syrian civil war.

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UN panel can rule on South China Sea


A Hague-based arbitration panel rules that it can hear a case brought by the Philippines in its dispute with China over islands in the South China Sea.

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Saudis: Iran must accept Assad exit


As international talks on the conflict in Syria begin, Saudi Arabia says Iran must accept the removal of President Bashar al-Assad.

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