How The Experts Know The Location Of The End Of The Flight MH370?

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak on Monday March 24, 2014, announced that the Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, flight ended in the Southern Indian Ocean west of Perth, Australia. He reveals, these conclusions are based on the results of the latest analysis of Inmarsat satellite data presented by the Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) Britain. Based on the analysis of the Inmarsat, MH370 missing since Saturday March 08, 2014. Last fly in the territorial waters of the distance from the place of landing anywhere. Referring to the report, little possibility of…

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Conspiracy Behind The Missing MH370

There are 20 Passengers of the MH370 are the U.S. Military Engineers. Freescale, the American company engaged in the production and designing heavy equipment including microchips for the defense industry, said 20 employees were passengers on Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 listed as missing since Saturday morning, March 8, 2014. The 20 employees are Freescale senior staff with details of 12 Malaysian and eight other Chinese. “They all have a lot of experience and technical background. They are a very important person,” said Freescale spokesman, Mitch Haws. They fly with MH370…

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Gorbachev: Do Not Replied Sanctions for People’s Aspirations

The former Soviet leader, Mikhail Gorbachev, said that the referendum Crimea correcting mistakes by the Soviet. Therefore, the Crimea people’s desire should not be repaid with sanctions for Russia. “First the Crimea combined with Ukraine under Soviet law, rather the ruling party (the Communists), without seeking the approval of the people. Today the people decided to correct that mistake. This should be welcomed, not subject to sanctions,” said Gorbachev as quoted the Interfax news agency. Gorbachev asserted, Crimea referendum region is a reflection of the aspirations of the people, and…

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Elections Delayed The New Airport

The fate of a plan to build an international airport in Kulonprogo will be resumed after the implementation of the legislative election held April 9, 2014. Currently the realization of the construction airports still rested on the documents area of the safety of flight operations because PT Jogja Magasa Iron (JMI) and PT Angkasa Pura (AP) has not encountered an intersection. The Head Regent of Kulonprogo, Hasto Danar, said, construction of the airport would have continued just now all parties are still the focus of legislative elections are held next…

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Sultan Attract UK Investors

The British government promised to bring investors to the new international airport planned to be built in Kulon Progo . This is expressed by the British ambassador to Indonesia, Mark Canning after meeting with Yogyakarta Governor Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono X in the Governor’s Office, Government Office Complex DIY, Kepatihan on Thursday March 6, 2014. Mark said in his meeting with the governor, he got an offer to invest. The British government at most bring investors in Yogyakarta. The issue of the development of the airport is not just talking about…

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The Refund of IDR 11 Billion by The Former Regent of Bantul

The puzzles about the refunds totaling IDR 11 billion into the coffers of Bantul Regency, finally answered. Refunds carried out by former Bantul Regent, Idham Samawi. The money transfer was done on Thursday, March 6, 2014 through the BPD Bantul Bank sent from Danamon Bank in Jakarta. It is delivered by Didik Warsito, head of Department of revenue and Asset Manager area of Bantul Regency. Didik Warsito explained, the returns evidenced by credit notes on behalf of Idham Samawi. He did not know for sure in which specified areas the…

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Viktor Yanukovych Gave A Statement

Deposed Ukraine president who is now a fugitive, Viktor Yanukovych, is reportedly to provide a statement from the city of Rostov-on-Don. This was stated by a source close to Ukraine’s former President to the RIA Novosti news agency on Monday (10/03/2014). Rostov-on-Don is a port city in the southern Russian region bordering Ukraine. If the news is true, then this will be the second appearance of Yanukovych publicly in the city, since he left Ukraine after being ousted in the last month. Earlier, Yanukovych said that he was forced to…

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Russia’s Parliament To Support The Arrival Of Crimea

The Russian veteran politicians are welcomed the possibility of joining the Crimean into The Federation of Russia, despite the threat of sanctions for Russia strengthened amid worsening relations the West and Russia. “If the people of Crimea through the referendum wanted to join with Russia, we would support that choice,” said the Chairman of the upper House of Parliament Russia, Valentina Matviyenko. “We will respect the choice of the historical people of Crimea,” the Chairman of the lower House of Parliament to connect Russia, Sergei Naryshin. Increasing the possibility of…

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500 Pound Bomb Dropped on U.S. Soldiers By Mistake

A number of U.S. soldiers escaped from death after one of its planes dropped bombs weighing 227 kilos near their outpost in Afghanistan last year. A video recording containing a fatal military mistakes that appear on the internet. In the video it shows how the bombs were falling hit the ground just 15 meters from the soldiers, who had enlisted the help of air strikes while fighting with the Taliban in Paktika province. Events began when U.S. forces saw Taliban soldiers in the distance and enlisted the help of air…

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India Mars Mission Among The 360 Million Poor People

India will launch its first mission to Mars in 2013, as a growing Asian countries to catch-up in the global space race with the United States, Russia and China. “Some of the space mission planned for 2013, including India’s first mission to Mars and our first navigation satellite launch,” said the President of India, Pranab Mukerjee as quoted by Reuters. India will launch a satellite in October later with unmanned spacecraft to orbit on the red planet. The launch was conducted on the southeast coast of the country on a…

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