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Iran nuclear talks head towards critical weekend

Iran nuclear talks head towards critical weekend

27 Mar 2015

Lausanne: Marathon Iran nuclear talks headed on Saturday towards a critical weekend as Britain said its Foreign Minister would join his US, Iranian and French counterparts in racing the clock to agree the contours of a deal.

Iran nuclear talks,   Foreign Minister,   US,   Iranian,   French,   Mohammad Javad Zarif,   Diplomat,   John Kerry ,  
EasyJet to change cockpit policy after <strong>French</strong> Alps crash

EasyJet to change cockpit policy after French Alps crash

27 Mar 2015

London: British airline easyJet on Thursday said it would enforce a new policy for two crew members to be in the cockpit at all times from Friday, after a German airliner crash in the French Alps that killed 150 people.

EasyJet,   change cockpit policy,   French Alps crash,   Germanwings,   German airliner crash,  
<strong>French</strong> prosecutor: Co-pilot wanted to 'destroy' plane

French prosecutor: Co-pilot wanted to 'destroy' plane

26 Mar 2015

Paris: The co-pilot of a Germanwings flight that slammed into an Alpine mountainside "intentionally" sent the plane into its doomed descent, a French prosecutor said on Wednesday.

French prosecutor,   Co pilot,   Destroy plane,   Germanwings,   Flight,   Alpine mountainside,   Prosecutor,  
France launches first bombing strike against IS in Tikrit

France launches first bombing strike against IS in Tikrit

26 Mar 2015

Paris: France has bombed Islamic State positions in the Tikrit area of Iraq for the first time since the start of the international offensive against the jihadist militia, French military officials said on Wednesday.

France,   Bombing,   ISIS,   Tikrit,   French military,   Fighters,  
Airbus A320 crash: Remains of victims being airlifted from site

Airbus A320 crash: Remains of victims being airlifted from site

26 Mar 2015

Seyne-les-Alpes (France): Helicopters have began airlifting the remains of the victims of a Germanwings plane crash from the disaster site in the French Alps, a source close to the investigation said.

Airbus A320 crash,   France plane crash,   French mountainside,   Germanwings plane crash,   Germanwings Flight 9525,   Barcelona,   Duesseldorf,   Airbus A320 remains,  
Airbus A320 crash: France jet audio shows pilot locked out of cockpit, says report

Airbus A320 crash: France jet audio shows pilot locked out of cockpit, says report

26 Mar 2015

Seyne-Les-Alpes (France): The first half of Germanwings Flight 9525 was chilling in its normalcy. It took off from Barcelona en route to Duesseldorf, climbing up over the Mediterranean and turning over France. The last communication was a routine request to continue on its route.

France,   Airbus A320 crash,   France plane accident,   French mountainside,   German Airbus,   Germanwings Flight 9525,   Barcelona,   Duesseldorf,   Airbus A320 black box,  
Lufthansa fears "dark day" on <strong>French</strong> crash

Lufthansa fears "dark day" on French crash

24 Mar 2015

Frankfurt: Lufthansa Chief Executive Carsten Spohr said it would be a "dark day" for the German flagship airline if fears of a deadly crash were confirmed, according to Lufthansa's Twitter feed.

Lufthansa,   dark day,   French crash,   Carsten Spohr,  
Finance Minister promises to hike public spending on infrastructure to boost growth

Finance Minister promises to hike public spending on infrastructure to boost growth

26 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Seeking to push economic growth, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley promised to hike public spending on infrastructure, ease entry barriers for overseas investors and introduce GST Bill besides pitching for more interest rate cuts by the RBI.

Finance Minister,   Arun Jaitley,   RBI,   public spending ,   Indian Economy,   GST bill,  
Airbus A320 crash: Considering all possible causes, attack not main theory, says France

Airbus A320 crash: Considering all possible causes, attack not main theory, says France

25 Mar 2015

Seyne-les-Alpes: Stating that a terrorist attack is not the most likely scenario,  French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve on Wednesday said  all options must be looked into to explain why a German Airbus ploughed into an Alpine mountainside.

Airbus A320 crash,   Airbus A320,   A320,   French mountainside,   German Airbus ,  
German government sends minister, experts to <strong>French</strong> plane crash site

German government sends minister, experts to French plane crash site

24 Mar 2015

Berlin: The German government said on Tuesday it was sending air safety experts and its transport minister to the site of a plane crash in France involving GermanWings and the foreign minister said his thoughts were with victims' relatives.

French plane crash,   German government,   minister,   experts,   GermanWings ,  

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