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19 killed in China mining accident

Nineteen miners have been confirmed dead in east China following a mining accident earlier this month that trapped 22 people, state media reported Monday.


Lion Air 'repaired' technical issue on crashed jet after previous flight: CEO

A brand new Indonesian Lion Air plane that crashed into the sea on Monday had a technical issue that required the Boeing jet to be briefly grounded for repairs, the carrier's CEO said.


Indonesian Lion Air plane crashes into sea with 189 passengers, crew

A brand new Indonesian Lion Air plane carrying 189 passengers and crew crashed into the sea Monday, officials said, moments after it had asked to be allowed to return to Jakarta.


Liow: BN should be dissolved

"BN no longer has the support of majority of Malaysians, and the right thing to do now is to dissolve it instead of asking MCA to leave."


Pittsburgh unites in love after synagogue massacre

Thousands of people from all faiths united behind calls that love defeat hate Sunday as Pittsburgh mourned the worst anti-Semitic attack in recent US history and the city's "darkest hour."


Canadian doctors start prescribing museum visits

A group of Canadian doctors are to begin prescribing trips to an art gallery to help patients suffering a range of ailments become a picture of health.


No Paris self-destruct as Banksy prices stay anchored

Several works by mercurial artist Banksy went under the hammer Wednesday at Paris auction house Artcurial but no work auto-destructed as happened earlier this month at Sotheby's.


Humpback whales stop singing when ships are near: study

Humpback whales are famous for their eerie, underwater songs. But researchers in Japan said these massive marine creatures stop singing, at least temporarily, when human-driven ships are nearby.


Homelessness, drug use rife at Native American tent city

At a tent city for homeless people in Minneapolis, the path is strewn with used syringes. Some are shooting up in the open. Dozens have been found unconscious. At least two have died.


Saving Gabon's precious wood from illegal logging

In Gabon the majestic kevazingo tree, its tropical hardwood highly valued in Asia for upmarket furniture, is also held to be sacred by generations of forest dwellers in equatorial Africa.


 

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