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6.2-magnitude quake strikes central <strong>Indonesia</strong>: USGS

6.2-magnitude quake strikes central Indonesia: USGS

10 Sep 2014

Jakarta: A 6.2-magnitude earthquake struck off the central Indonesian island of Sulawesi on Wednesday, according to the US Geological Survey (USGS), sending panicked residents running from their homes.

Earthquake,   Indonesia quake,   Tsunami threat,   Ring of Fire’,   Indonesia geological location,   seismic activities,  
Prannoy enters second successive final at Indonesian Masters

Prannoy enters second successive final at Indonesian Masters

13 Sep 2014

Palembang (Indonesia): Young Indian shuttler H S Prannoy entered his second successive final after beating Malaysia's Daren Liew in the men's singles event at the USD 1,25,000 Indonesian Masters Grand Prix Gold here on Saturday.

Palembang,   Indonesia,   Indian shuttler,   H S Prannoy,   successive final,   Malaysia,   Daren Liew,   men's singles event,   Indonesian Masters Grand Prix Gold ,  
Iran forces <strong>plane</strong> carrying Americans to land

Iran forces plane carrying Americans to land

06 Sep 2014

Tehran: A charter plane carrying 100 people, including Americans, out of Afghanistan was ordered to land in southern Iran because of errors in its flight plan, a Tehran-based official said on Saturday.

Iran,   Charter plane,   Iranian Airports Organization,   Flight FZ 4359,   Fly Dubai,   Washington,   Tehran,  
Undersea search for Malaysian <strong>plane</strong> in Indian Ocean refined

Undersea search for Malaysian plane in Indian Ocean refined

28 Aug 2014

Canberra: The multi-million dollar undersea hunt for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 will now focus on the southern part of the Indian Ocean after a new clue suggested that the jetliner may have turned south earlier than previously believed, Australia announced on Thursday.

MH370,   undersea hunt of MH370,   Malaysia Airlines Flight,   Boeing 777,  
President extends greetings to <strong>Indonesia</strong> on their National Day

President extends greetings to Indonesia on their National Day

16 Aug 2014

New Delhi: President Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday extended greetings and felicitations to the Government and people of Indonesia on the eve of their National Day.

President,   National Day,   Pranab Mukherjee,   President extends greetings,   Indonesia ,  
Drunk passenger on Virgin <strong>plane</strong> sparks Bali hijacking alert

Drunk passenger on Virgin plane sparks Bali hijacking alert

25 Apr 2014

Jakarta: A drunk passenger sparked a hijacking alert on a Virgin Australia flight heading for the Indonesian resort island of Bali on Friday when he attempted to break into the cockpit, officials said.

Virgin Australia,   Indonesia,   hijack,   Bali,   plane pilot,   Brisbane,  
<strong>Plane</strong> crashes at Tehran's Mehrabad airport, 48 reported dead

Plane crashes at Tehran's Mehrabad airport, 48 reported dead

10 Aug 2014

Dubai: A Sepahan Air Iran-140 plane bound for Tabas in northeast Iran crashed in a residential area after taking off from Tehran's Mehrabad airport on Sunday morning, killing all 48 passengers and crew, Iranian state media reported.

Sepahan Air Iran-140 plane,   iran plane crash,   plane crash,   Mehrabad airport,   Iran Civil Aviation Authority,  
Thirteen tourists found alive, two still missing after <strong>Indonesia</strong> ship sinks

Thirteen tourists found alive, two still missing after Indonesia ship sinks

18 Aug 2014

Jakarta: Bad weather was hampering a desperate search on Monday for two foreign tourists still missing after a boat travelling between two Indonesian islands sank at the weekend, although 13 more people had been plucked from the water alive, officials said.

Jakarta,   bad weather,   foreign tourists,   Indonesian Islands,  Indonesian officials,   Komodo Island,   boat disaster,  
Bali hijack alert passenger 'mistook cockpit for toilet'

Bali hijack alert passenger 'mistook cockpit for toilet'

26 Apr 2014

Denpasar: An Australian passenger who sparked a hijack alert on a flight to Bali has denied being drunk and claimed he banged on the door of the cockpit after mistaking it for the toilet, Indonesian police said on Saturday.

Indonesia,   Australian man,   drunk,   Bali,   plane,   cockpit,   hijack,  
Silva could win Brazil vote after running mate's death: Poll

Silva could win Brazil vote after running mate's death: Poll

19 Aug 2014

Brasilia: Environmentalist Marina Silva could unseat incumbent Dilma Rousseff in Brazil's presidential elections in October, a poll found, reflecting an altered political landscape since Silva's running mate was killed in a plane crash.

Marina Silva,   Dilma Rousseff,   Brazil elections,   Brazil presidential elections,   Plane crash,  

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