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World - Ten killed in fighter jet crash during NATO exercises in Spain

Eight French and two Greek nationals were killed Monday when a fighter jet crashed on takeoff at a military base in Spain housing a NATO training centre for elite pilots. The F-16 jet `lost power` as it took off from the base near the southeastern city of Albacete and crashed into an area where other planes were parked, damaging at least five other aircraft, the defence ministry said in a statement. `It appears that there are two people who died and who have Greek nationality and eight French,` Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said in an interview with private television Telecinco. At least 19 other people were injured in the accident, including five who were moved to a burn unit of Madrid`s La Paz hospital, the defence ministry said.

Monday, January 26, 2015  23:56


World - Putin brands Ukraine army a NATO proxy as fighting flares

President Vladimir Putin on Monday ridiculed the Ukrainian army as NATO`s `foreign legion`, ignoring Western pressure on the Kremlin to rein in a pro-Russian insurgency that has gone on the offensive across eastern Ukraine. Putin`s comments came as an emergency meeting of the Western alliance`s NATO-Ukraine Commission was called to discuss a surge in fighting that has led to a spate of civilian casualties and rapidly growing pressure on Ukraine`s troubled military.

Monday, January 26, 2015  17:03


World - Severe La Nina weather events in Pacific may double due to warming

By Alister Doyle OSLO (Reuters) - Extreme `La Nina` weather events that cool the Pacific Ocean and can disrupt weather worldwide will paradoxically happen almost twice as often in a warming world, an international team of scientists said on Monday. Severe La Ninas, linked to both floods and droughts as well as more landfalls by Atlantic hurricanes, would happen on average every 13 years in the 21st century if greenhouse gas emissions keep rising, compared with once every 23 years last century, the researchers said. `We show that greenhouse warming leads to a significant increase in the frequency of extreme La Nia events,` said the report led by experts at Australia`s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO). La Nina is the opposite of the better-known El Nino weather event characterized by warmer waters in the tropical Pacific with knock-on effects that can cause billions of dollars of damage to food and water supplies around the globe.

Monday, January 26, 2015  16:27

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