May 6, 2019

Russian investigators racing to determine cause of Moscow passenger jet crash

Xinhua/Sergei via Getty Images(MOSCOW) -- Russian investigators said they've located and sent for analysis the data and voice recorders from the passenger jet that crash-landed on a Moscow runway Sunday. Authorities are examining three likely theories for what led to the emergency landing, during which a fire broke out aboard the plane: a mishandling of technical inspections by the ground crew or inexperience among the pilots, an aircraft malfunction or poor weather conditions. Copyright ©..
May 5, 2019

13 people killed after plane erupts in flames in emergency landing at Russian airport

Norenko Mikhali/Twitter(MOSCOW) -- At least 13 people were killed Sunday when a Russian passenger airliner was forced to make an emergency landing while on fire at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport, turning into a fiery ball as it skidded on the runway. Russia’s Investigative Committee, the equivalent of the FBI, has confirmed death toll and said two children were among those killed. There were 73 passengers and 6 crew aboard the Sukhoi Superjet 100, which is operated by the Russian airline, Aerof..
May 5, 2019

Plane erupts in flames as it makes emergency landing at Russian airport

Norenko Mikhali/Twitter(MOSCOW) -- A Russian passenger airliner was forced to make an emergency landing while on fire at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport on Sunday, turning into a fireball on the runway. Russia’s Investigative Committee, the equivalent of the FBI, has confirmed that at least 1 person has died in the plane fire, though unofficial numbers are much higher. There are currently conflicting reports on the number of people of injured. There were 73 passengers and 6 crew aboard the Sukhoi ..
May 5, 2019

Venezuela’s Nicolas Maduro is ‘ruling for the moment, but he can’t govern’: Secretary of State Mike Pompeo

ABC News(CARACAS, Venezuela) -- Amid political unrest in Venezuela, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Sunday that President Nicolas Maduro is "ruling for the moment," but cannot be part of the country's future, adding that the Venezuelan people "will demand" that he leave office. "Maduro can't feel good. He's ruling for the moment, but he can't govern," Pompeo told ABC News Chief White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl on "This Week." "There's enormous poverty, enormou..