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Wednesday, 12 April 2017

Turkey activists 'utilized passage to plant explosives'

A major blast in the Turkish city of Diyarbakir which initially had all the earmarks of being a mishap was really the aftereffect of a fear assault, the inside pastor has said.

Suleyman Soylu revealed to Turkish TV that explosives had been planted in a passage burrowed underneath the police base camp.

In an announcement, the PKK was cited as saying the assault was to retaliate for the treatment of Kurds, especially those in prison, by the experts.

It said its aggressors had planted the explosives and after that returned securely to base a while later.

Diyarbakir has over and again been hit by aggressors focusing on security administrations, yet in any case Tuesday's impact was tremendous - leaving an expansive pit and drawing hordes of spectators on to the lanes.

It tightened up pressures four days before a key submission on conceding President Recep Tayyip Erdogan clearing new powers.

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Thursday, 19 May 2016

EgyptAir flight MS804 to Cairo disappears from radar

EgyptAir flight 804 travelling from Paris to Cairo has disappeared from radar with 56 passengers and 10 crew members on board, the airline has said.

French President Francois Hollande said in a televised address that the plane had crashed early on Thursday.

The plane made "sudden swerves" mid-air and plunged before dropping off radars in the southern Mediterranean, Greece's defence minister said.

"At 3:39am the course of the aircraft was south and south-east of Kassos and Karpathos [islands] ... immediately after it entered Cairo FIR and made swerves and a descent I describe; 90 degrees left and then 360 degrees to the right," Defence Minister Panos Kammenos told a news conference.

Greek authorities mounted a search in the area south of the island of Karpathos without result so far, he said.

However, Egypt's civil aviation ministry said in a statement it was too early to confirm if the passenger plane had crashed.

According to EgyptAir, the plane took off from Paris' Charles De Gaulle Airport shortly after 11pm local time.

Greece is deploying military aircraft and a frigate to an area in the southern Mediterranean its defence ministry said.

The search for the missing EgyptAir plane was taking place at sea, about 130 nautical miles southeast of the island of Karpathos, the Greek defence ministry told Reuters news agency.

"One C-130 aircraft and an early-warning EMB-145H plane are already operating in the area. Another C-130 plane is on standby at Kasteli airport on the [southern Greek] island of Crete," Greece's military command said.