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RCI Expands China Portfolio with 11 New Properties

RCI, the worldwide leader in vacation exchange and part of the Wyndham Worldwide family of brands, recently welcomed 11 new hotels in China to its vacation exchange network through an affiliation agreement with Frontier Vacation Club, part of Days Hotel …

Kabul International airport under terrorist attack

Kabul International airport experienced rebellious attack from gunmen who spread terror among civilians waiting at the airport. A half completed building was taken over by gunmen who used explosives like rocket propellers grenade and machine guns to create panic. The …

2 killed in Colorado plane crash

Two people were killed after a vintage World War II fighter plane crashed at La-Plata County Airport in Durango, Colorado, shortly after taking off. Sources confirmed the victims were John Earley, the plane’s owner, and his flying instructor, Michael Schlarb. …

Military jet crash burns two houses in California desert community

Two homes were set on fire as a military jet crashed on a residential street in southern California desert community. No injuries have been reported so far. The pilot was ejected safely and was taken to the hospital for checkups, …

Dust storm lashes Iran killing 3, injuring 27

TEHERAN — It was sunny one moment and in the next it turned dark as night as a mammoth wall of sand, dust, and rain enveloped Tehran early Monday evening local time. As a result of the storm, at least …

  • RCI Expands China Portfolio with 11 New Properties

    Published on : Tuesday, June 21, 2016

    RCI, the worldwide leader in vacation exchange and part of the Wyndham Worldwide family of brands, recently welcomed 11 new hotels in China to its vacation exchange network through an affiliation agreement with Frontier Vacation Club, part of Days Hotel …

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  • Kabul International airport under terrorist attack

    Published on : Thursday, July 17, 2014

    Kabul International airport experienced rebellious attack from gunmen who spread terror among civilians waiting at the airport. A half completed building was taken over by gunmen who used explosives like rocket propellers grenade and machine guns to create panic. The …

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  • 2 killed in Colorado plane crash

    Published on : Saturday, July 5, 2014

    Two people were killed after a vintage World War II fighter plane crashed at La-Plata County Airport in Durango, Colorado, shortly after taking off. Sources confirmed the victims were John Earley, the plane’s owner, and his flying instructor, Michael Schlarb. …

    Read More

  • Military jet crash burns two houses in California desert community

    Published on : Thursday, June 5, 2014

    Two homes were set on fire as a military jet crashed on a residential street in southern California desert community. No injuries have been reported so far. The pilot was ejected safely and was taken to the hospital for checkups, …

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  • Dust storm lashes Iran killing 3, injuring 27

    Published on : Tuesday, June 3, 2014

    TEHERAN — It was sunny one moment and in the next it turned dark as night as a mammoth wall of sand, dust, and rain enveloped Tehran early Monday evening local time. As a result of the storm, at least …

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  • Forty die as Gorakhpur Express passenger train slams with a freight train

    Published on : Tuesday, May 27, 2014

    Forty people died as the Gorakhpur Express passenger train travelling at high speed slammed on its break in an attempt to stop. The train hit another freight train that was waiting in the track near the railway station and was …

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  • Nigerian capital rocked by blast, 71 killed and 124 inured

    Published on : Thursday, April 17, 2014

    At least 71 people were killed and 124 others sustained injuries in a morning explosion which rocked a large motor park in Nigeria’s capital, Abuja, Monday, the Nigerian emergency authority and police said.   Nigerian Police Spokesman Frank Mba said …

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  • Fatal bus accident in Peru kills 10 people, another 16 injured

    Published on : Thursday, April 17, 2014

    At least 10 people were killed and another 16 injured in Peru after a passenger bus plummeted off a steep cliff in the country’s central Andean region, the Highway Police (Polcar) said Monday.     The accident occurred at 2:30 …

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  • Underwater search in Indian Ocean for missing MH370 begins

    Published on : Friday, April 4, 2014

    The Australian Royal Navy and Britain’s Royal Navy began the underwater search in the southern Indian Ocean Friday for MH370, using a ‘black box’ pinger locator provided by the United States.     Two ships, Australian Defence Vessel Ocean Shield …

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  • 107 bodies recovered from boat accident in Lake Alberta Uganda

    Published on : Tuesday, March 25, 2014

    The death toll in a boat accident in Lake Alberta between Uganda and Democratic Republic of Congo climbed to more than 100. With 107 bodies already recovered, most being Children. 45 people have been rescued as divers continue to comb …

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  • West Texas and New Mexico swept by dust storm rising 1,000 feet high

    Published on : Thursday, March 20, 2014

    A robust dust storm swept across West Texas and New Mexico on Tuesday rising up to 1,000 feet high and spreading across 200 miles. This wall of dust is popularly known as a haboob. According to National Weather Service meteorologist …

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  • RFK Bridge Harlem River Lift Span Intermittent Closures

    Published on : Tuesday, March 18, 2014

    There will be multiple, intermittent closures for maintenance work at the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge’s Harlem River Lift Span Fri., March 21 between 12:01 a.m. and 5 a.m. for maintenance work.       All work is dependent on good …

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  • Animals in Ukraine Zoo to die of hunger

    Published on : Saturday, March 8, 2014

    Animals in the Ukraine Zoo are in a dismal state as fund restriction is preventing them from getting a regular meal. The political upheaval in the country and low funds will lead to their death if they do not get …

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  • Deadliest crash for Boeing in 19 years presumed – 239 feared dead

    Published on : Saturday, March 8, 2014

    In a catastrophic plane crash of a Boeing 777-200 ER aircraft operated by Malaysia Airlines is feared to claim 239 lives onboard. According to the latest reports from the Vietnamese media and a senior naval officer, the Malaysia Airlines flight …

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  • Yunnan receives mild jolt in tourism due to terror attacks

    Published on : Thursday, March 6, 2014

    Terrorism in the much visited destination of southwest China, Yunnan has hampered tourism to a great deal. But this hasn’t discouraged the local tourism agencies who have taken firm steps to rebuild tourism prospects in the state.   With support …

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  • Illegal casino raided in Kuwait followed by arrests of tourists

    Published on : Saturday, March 1, 2014

    An illegal casino run by a doctor in Kuwait was closed down followed by several arrests of the doctor and 33 other people who were present at the casino when the police raided the place.   Those arrested included one …

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  • Frozen Lake Huron in Northern Michigan smoothens emergency landing

    Published on : Wednesday, February 19, 2014

    This winter as temperatures drop the Great Lakes have been frozen making an ideal platform for a plane to make emergency landing on the icy surface of Lake Huron. The pilot of the seven-passenger aircraft, headed for northern Michigan’s Mackinac …

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  • Strong violence in Thailand, Ukraine and Venezuela completely disrupts normal life

    Published on : Wednesday, February 19, 2014

    Thailand, Ukraine and Venezuela are all engaged in clashes disrupting civic life. Anti government protests is limiting the scopes of security and safety in these otherwise tourists favourite hubs.   Deadly violence erupted in the heart of Bangkok on 18.02.14 …

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  • Indonesia: Search for seven missing Japanese tourists still on

    Published on : Monday, February 17, 2014

    The search for seven Japanese tourists who went missing in the waters off the Nusa Lembongan Island, Klungkung Regency is still on, an official said here on Saturday. Denpasar Search and Rescue (SAR) team is heading the search.   “A …

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  • US State Department releases statement on political unrest in Thailand

    Published on : Monday, January 27, 2014

    The US State Department released the following statement today expressing concerns over the ensuing unrest in Thailand. Here’s what the statement read: “The United States is deeply troubled by efforts to block polls and otherwise prevent voting in Thailand, and …

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