Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Aircraft crashes in Two days

2 hrs ·
Sukhoi Su-25 ground-support fighter jet crashing in a residential area during a training flight in Russia’s Far East some 70 kilometers from the Chinese border.
The jet is seen suddenly going down over buildings and a plume of black smoke rises above the crash site. The pilot managed to eject and is safe. There were no reports of casualties on the ground, but two barns have been destroyed.The close-support aircraft, (NATO reporting name Frogfoot) took off from Chernigovka military airfield on a practice mission, but due to engine malfunction it lost speed, altitude and hit the ground. The pilot managed to divert the aircraft from residential dwellings.Inputs RT news
A South Korean F-16D fighter jet crashed during a mission on Wednesday, but the two pilots safely ejected from the stricken plane, Yonhap reported. The combat airplane plunged into an uninhabited hill in Cheongsong, 322km southeast of Seoul, at 4:06pm without causing any damage to civilians, the Air Force said. The jet based in Chungju, North Chungcheong Province, was conducting a mission.
A small plane crashed as it approached a local airport on the Magdalen Islands just off eastern Quebec, Canada, killing seven people, the Canadian Press reported Tuesday. Police named poor weather conditions such as wind and heavy snow showers as a possible cause of the crash. Police are currently trying to identify the victims. The investigation is in progress.
Écrasement d’avion aux îles de la Madeleine …

Roussef’s main partner quits coalition govt

The Brazilian Democratic Movement (PMDB) party has quit President Dilma Rousseff’s coalition government. PMDB has announced late on Tuesday that it would no longer participate in the current government. The decision was made during a leadership meeting, where it was agreed that the six remaining PMDB ministers in Rousseff’s cabinet must resign or face ethics proceedings. The move could deepen the country’s political crisis and push the embattled left-wing leader into impeachment. Impeachment proceedings against Rousseff are based on a government watchdog’s rejection of her administration’s financial books and on a report suggesting that violations of Brazil’s fiscal laws had taken place. The widening corruption probe surrounding state-run oil company Petrobras has turned many against Rousseff. A recent poll by Brazil’s Datafolha institute showed that 68 percent of Brazilians favor Rousseff’s impeachment, but only 11 percent believe they would be better off under her main rival, Michel Temer.

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