18 September 2014

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Ten confirmed dead in Colombia plane crash

Ten confirmed dead in Colombia plane crashBOGOTA: All 10 people on board a Colombian plane that crashed in the Amazon jungle were confirmed dead on Sunday, rescuers said.Rescue team official Gustavo Ortega told AFP the eight passengers and two crew died on impact after Saturday´s crash.Ortega said all the dead -- six men, three women and a young girl -- were Colombian nationals.The aircraft with registration number HK-4755 PA 34 Navajo took off from Araracuara Airport in the country´s south around 3:00 pm local time (2000 GMT) on Saturday. It lost contact

GM to launch hands-free driving

DETROIT: General Motors CEO Mary Barra unveiled plans Sunday to make driving safer through hands-free technology, after a string of recalls that has dogged the company.GM’s top-of-the-line Cadillac brand will provide a semi-auto pilot mode dubbed “Super Cruise” on certain 2017 model year cars.In the same timeframe, the 2017 Cadillac CTS will feature vehicle-to-vehicle communication technology that allows cars to react to others in intersections and other situations.Barra

Obama calls on allies to fight IS militants

NEWPORT US President Barack Obama outlined plans on Friday for a broad international coalition to defeat Islamic State (IS) militants in Iraq and Syria, but they received a cautious response from European allies.Speaking at a NATO summit, Obama said the United States would also try to involve Middle Eastern allies in a strategy to counter the militants, who have overrun large swathes of territory."It's not going to happen overnight but we are steadily moving in

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