A ship with 257 illegal migrants on board sank off the coast of Libya, said the Egyptian MENA news agency. At least 10 people died. The court is surrounded on Sunday, shortly after the departure of its area of Tripoli.
Hundreds of people are missing after a ship with 250 illegal immigrants on board sank off the coast of Libya, announced BBC. The incident occurred near Tripoli. Are currently reported at least 20 died. It is not yet clear the nationality of travelers, but it is assumed that most were Libyans.
Pirates seized the ship "Indian Ocean Explorer" (Indian Ocean Explorer), a company belonging to the Seychelles on Tuesday. Kidnapping has become 1800 km from the African coast. Captured by pirates have fallen about 10 people. Seizure of the ship is the seventh case this year. The incident shows that despite international naval mission to NATO piracy remains a problem.
Boeing 767 airline "United Airlines" with 178 passengers and 11 crew on board made an emergency landing in the city of Bangor in Maine, said Friday. The plane was performing a scheduled flight from London to Washington.
One of the protesters against the summit of the G20 in London, has died, AP reported. Still no details on the cause of death for protesting. He was taken to hospital, where they record the death. A little earlier a few people were injured when protesters surrounded a police cordon fences are stormed.
An earthquake measuring 5. 8 on the Richter scale hit this morning, the central parts of Italy, Reuters reported. The epicenter was fixed at 85 km. northeast of Rome. In total there are 26 cities destruction and damage. According to Italian agency ANSA victims are already 100, five of whom are children. The information was confirmed by the Italian Interior Minister Roberto Maroni.
Prime Minister Dieter Althaus of Thuringia, was found guilty on charges of involuntary manslaughter for the skier from Slovenia Beata Kristand on 1 January, said "Bloomberg." The court in Graz oyabvi that Aythaus must pay a fine of 33,000 euros and 5000 euros compensation to the wife of Kristand. The verdict was read in the absence of Dieter Althaus, who is still recovering from head injury received in the new year.
Italian police and customs authorities smashed a major network of trafficking cocaine to Europe on Tuesday. 13 Colombians were arrested. In connection with the same investigation that lasted more than two years, 21 people were arrested in Colombia and 10 in France. Those arrested are responsible for the illegal importation of tens of kilograms of cocaine in Italy.