Daily Archives: Mar 16, 2014

Norfolk crash helicopter’s wreckage being removed

Investigators have begun removing debris from the crashed helicopter that killed four people in Norfolk, including Northern Ireland peer Lord Ballyedmond. The Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) is recovering the crash debris. The flight voice recorder of the helicopter has … read more »

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Paris restricts car use after pollution hits high

Alternate driving days are being introduced in the French capital, Paris, in an attempt to tackle dangerous levels of air pollution. From Monday, drivers will only be able to use their vehicles every other day. This is only the second … read more »

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New York collapse no big deal – Farah

Britain’s Mo Farah says he is “feeling good” despite collapsing when he finished the New York half-marathon. Farah, who is preparing to make his full marathon debut in London in April, was taken away in a wheelchair shortly after completing … read more »

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We do not expect any hiccups during Mulako’s funeral – Scott

Vice president Guy Scott has refuted assertions suggesting that the Patriotic Front (PF) government has ignored the funeral of the late Litunga’s wife Mulako who was the Queen of the Barotse Royal Establishment. Dr. Scott says contrary to some reports, … read more »

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Sata greatly saddened and disturbed by the high road death toll

PRESIDENT Michael Sata is greatly saddened and disturbed by the high death toll in the Kitwe road traffic accident which occurred last Tuesday. The President said in his message of condolences delivered by Copperbelt Minister Mwenya Musenge, that he was … read more »

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