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At least seven survivors after plane carrying 98 people crashes in Pakistan

At least seven survivors after plane carrying 98 people crashes in Pakistan

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At least seven people have survived after a Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane crashed in Karachi with 98 people on board.Flight PK 8303 went down in a residential area of the city on Friday as the Airbus A320 plane, carrying 91 passengers and seven crew, was approaching Jinnah International Airport. The airline said the pilot had reported technical issues and witnesses said the aircraft, flying from Lahore, attempted to land two or three times before hitting a mobile tower and crashing into houses in the Model Colony area, a few miles away from the airport. ...
Czech international Josef Sural dies after minibus carrying Alanyaspor players crashes, team-mate Steven Caulker ‘badly shaken up’

Czech international Josef Sural dies after minibus carrying Alanyaspor players crashes, team-mate Steven Caulker ‘badly shaken up’

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tragedy Caulker's fellow former Premier League player Papiss Cisse was also on the bus but escaped serious injury The fatal minibus crash which tragically killed Czech international footballer Josef Sural has left his Aytemiz Alanyaspor team-mate Steven Caulker ‘badly shaken up’. Seven Alanyaspor players were making their way back from the club’s 1-1 draw against Kayserispor in a private bus on Sunday when it veered off the road around five kilometres (3.1 miles) from the coastal town of Alanya. Sural, 28, was rushed to hospital following the crash but died from his injuries. Kayserispor deplasmanı dönüşü Alanyasporlu 7 futbolcuyu taşıyan özel minibüs kaza yaptı. Josef Sural kaza sonrası acilen ameliyata ve sonrasında yoğun bakıma alındı. pic.twitter.com/s
Some ships carrying skeletons are mysteriously washing ashore in Japan

Some ships carrying skeletons are mysteriously washing ashore in Japan

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Several wooden boats, some carrying skeletons, have mysteriously washed ashore in Japan in recent weeks. Authorities are still investigating where the so-called "ghost ships" came from, but experts say all signs point to North Korea. The Japanese coast guard on Thursday recovered one decrepit vessel drifting off the western coast of Matsumae town on the northern island of Hokkaido. Ten men found aboard the wooden ship identified themselves as North Koreans and said they were taking refuge at an island nearby due to rough weather. On Monday, the partially decomposed bodies of eight men were discovered on a rickety wooden boat on the coast of Japan's Akita prefecture, which faces North Korea across the Sea of Japan. The coast guard first spotted the unidentified ship Saturday, but rough s...