31 July 2014

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Air Algerie plane with 119 passengers missing over Mali

ALGIERS  An Air Algerie plane with around 120 people on board including French and Spanish nationals went missing Thursday during a flight from Burkina Faso to Algiers, company sources and officials said.Aviation sources told AFP the aircraft was a McDonnell Douglas MD-83 leased from Spanish company Swiftair carrying passengers of different nationalities.Its six-member crew were all Spanish, said Spain s airline pilots  union Sepla, while Swiftair confirmed the aircraft had gone missing less than an hour after

Massive housing project launched in Madinah

ISLAMABAD: Madinah Governor Prince Faisal bin Salman launched a massive real estate project the other day, which is estimated to cost SR55 billion.The project, comprising 100 residential towers with four-star to five-star hotels, will accommodate more than 120,000 people. The state-owned Public Investment Fund is financing the project, Arab News reported.Finance Minister Ibrahim Al-Assaf, Haj Minister Bandar Hajjar and other senior government officials attended the launching ceremony. The project will create an additional

Gaza rocket halts Israel flights, world pushes for truce

Gaza rocket halts Israel flights, world pushes for truceGAZA CITY: Major airlines blocked flights to Israel Wednesday after a rocket from Gaza struck near airport runways, as the UN chief urged an end to a conflict that has killed 636 Palestinians and 31 Israelis.As the violence entered its 16th day, neither Israel or Islamist movement Hamas appeared willing to end hostilities, despite days of diplomatic efforts to coax them into a truce.UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, on a visit to Tel Aviv, appealed on Tuesday for the bitter rivals to "stop fighting" and "start

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