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Ukrainian airliner crash victims mourned

老虎机技术打法The Ukraine International Airlines Boeing 737-800, flying to Kiev and carrying mostly Iranians and Iranian-Canadians, crashed shortly after taking off from Tehran's Imam Khomeini airport, killing all 176 people on board.

Ukrainian airliner crashes in Iran, killing all aboard

A Ukraine International Airlines plane was downed minutes after taking off from Tehran bound for Kiev, killing all 176 aboard, many of whom were Iranians with dual citizenship and 57 holders of Canadian passports.

Ten years after devastating quake, Haitians struggle to survive

Ten years ago, the impoverished island nation was struck by a devastating earthquake that killed tens of thousands and left many more homeless. It lasted just 35 seconds, but its scars are still visible.

Harry and Meghan to 'step back' from being senior royals

老虎机技术打法Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, said they plan to step back from their roles as senior members of Britain's royal family and work to become financially independent.

Climate protests around the world amid Australian wildfires

老虎机技术打法Thousands of people from London to Sydney took to the streets to protest against government inaction on climate change, as bushfires ravaged Australia after months of destruction and at least 27 deaths.

Inside Harvey Weinstein's rape trial

老虎机技术打法The former film producer Harvey Weinstein, 67, has pleaded not guilty to charges of assaulting two women, and faces life in prison if convicted on the most serious charge, predatory sexual assault.

Dakar Rally 2020

老虎机技术打法Stunning images as vehicles race from Jeddah to Qiddiya in Saudi Arabia.

Daisy the robot recycles Apple iPhones

老虎机技术打法Inside a nondescript warehouse on the outskirts of Austin, Texas, Apple's Daisy robot has been designed to break apart iPhones so that 14 minerals, including lithium, can be extracted and recycled.

Animals at risk in Australian bushfires

An estimated 1 billion animals have been killed or injured in Australia's wildfires, according to ecologists at the University of Sydney.

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