A Mozambique Airlines plane en route to Angola crashed in a game park in northeast Namibia killing all 34 people on board, Namibian police said on Saturday.
Flight TM 470 left Maputo on Friday for the Angolan capital of Luanda with 28 passengers and six crew members on board when
Eight people were killed and 14 seriously injured when a police helicopter crashed into the roof of a packed Glasgow pub, trapping many inside in choking dust and debris, Scottish police said yesterday,
Witnesses said the helicopter dropped from the sky like a stone onto the busy
Egypt's new constitution would strengthen the army's hand and could ban Islamist parties outright, according to a draft published in state media on Thursday, though the drafting body missed a self-imposed deadline for finalising the text.
Mohamed Salmawy, spokesman for th
A Mozambique Airlines flight carrying 34 people en route to Angola has gone missing over northeast Namibia and authorities were searching a game park on Saturday for signs of the plane.
Flight TM 470 from Maputo was bound on Friday for the Angolan capital of Luanda with 28 passen
Ample supplies boosted by the US shale oil revolution and anaemic demand growth are expected to pressure crude oil prices next year, a Reuters poll of analysts forecast.
The monthly survey of 27 analysts projected Brent crude oil would average $104.10 a barrel in 2014, down from
Iran has invited UN inspectors to visit its Arak heavy-water production plant on December 8, the first concrete step under a cooperation agreement to clarify concerns about Tehran's disputed nuclear programme.
Yukiya Amano, director general of the International Atomic Energy
Britain's banking regulator has relaxed a new rule determining the quality of assets banks must hold to cover risks from pension liabilities.
The Bank of England's Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) had proposed that all the extra capital which comes on top of mandator
The United States on Friday advised US commercial airlines to notify Chinese authorities of flight plans over the East China Sea although a US administration official said that did not mean Washington accepted China's new rules.
The directive came as tensions escalated over d
Standard & Poor's agency has cut the Netherlands' credit rating, thus reducing the euro zone club of full triple-A nations to just three, while rewarding Spain for efforts to reform its public finances.
S&P lowered the Netherlands, which is suffering from an anaem
Brent futures held near $111 a barrel on Friday as prolonged unrest in Libya kept supply worries to the fore, but steady progress in settling the dispute over Iran's nuclear programme dragged on prices.
More than 40 people were killed in an explosion at an army depot in south