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  • Colonne rouwwagens naar...
    Op Vliegbasis Eindhoven zijn kort voor 16.00 uur twee vliegtuigen geland met 74 kisten met lichamen en resten van slachtoffers van de ramp met vlucht MH17. Eerst landde de Hercules met 34 kisten aan boord, een paar minuten later de Australische Boeing met 40 kisten.
  • Ook tweede zwarte doos is intact
    Na de cockpit voice recorder is nu ook de zwarte doos met vluchtgegevens van MH17 uitgelezen. Deskundigen in Engeland kunnen de data nu analyseren. De recorder met vluchtgegevens was licht beschadigd, zegt de Onderzoeksraad voor Veiligheid, maar er is niet mee gerommeld.
  • Regering OekraÔne dient ontslag...
    Premier Jatsenjoek van OekraÔne heeft het onslag van zijn regering ingediend. Het is nog onduidelijk wat de gevolgen zijn voor de afwikkeling van de ramp met vlucht MH17.
  • IsraŽl bestookt VN-school:15...
    Bij een aanval op een schoolgebouw van de Verenigde Naties in Gaza zijn zeker 15 doden gevallen. Dat zeggen Palestijnse bronnen en journalisten die er getuige van waren. Meer dan 200 mensen raakten gewond.
  • Militairen mogen niet op verlof
    Leden van de Luchtmobiele Brigade kunnen komend weekend niet op verlof. Ze moeten in de kazernes in Schaarsbergen en Assen blijven. Mogelijk heeft dat te maken met het sturen van een bewapende missie naar OekraÔne.

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  • Air Algerie plane crashes with...

    An Air Algerie flight has crashed en route from Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso to Algiers with 110 passengers on board, almost half of them French citizens, officials say.

    An Algerian official told Reuters the plane had crashed en route to Algiers, but declined to give details of where the plane was or what caused the accident.

    Burkino Faso's transport minister Jean Bertin Ouedrago said the aircraft asked to change route at 1:38am GMT(11:38am AEST) on Thursday because of a storm in the area.

    An Air Algerie representative in Burkina Faso, Kara Terki, told a news conference that all the passengers on the plane were in transit, either for Europe, the Middle East or Canada.

  • AFP officers readying to join...

    Prime Minister Tony Abbott says 50 federal police officers are on standby to help secure the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crash site.

    Mr Abbott says the AFP officers are in London awaiting approval for an international force to secure the site of the crash, which killed 298 people including 37 Australian citizens and residents.

    He says while the situation on the ground in eastern Ukraine has improved, there is a long way to go to gain free and unfettered access to the crash site.

    "On the site, it is still clear that nothing is happening without the approval of the armed rebels, who most likely brought the plane down in the first place," he said.

  • Gillard offered to stand aside...

    Former Labor Minister Greg Combet has told 7.30 that Julia Gillard offered to step aside for him in the 2013 leadership ballot against Kevin Rudd.

  • Sexual assault suspects rise...

    Suspected sexual predators have risen to powerful positions in the Australian Defence Force with one attaining the rank of colonel, or an equivalent post, documents released under Freedom of Information reveal.

    A 2013 ministerial briefing, signed by former Defence chief General David Hurley, shows what action was being considered to deal with allegations of abuse at ADFA.

    The Defence memo said 15 of those suspected of involvement in a series of sexual assaults, known as the ADFA 24 cases, were still serving officers.

    ADFA 24 refers to about two-dozen unresolved cases of sexual abuse at the Canberra military college in the 1990s.

  • Woman killed after bus crashes...

    A woman has been killed and six people injured after a bus veered off the Great Ocean Road in Victoria.

    The bus crashed at Princetown, south-east of Port Campbell about 2:00pm (AEST) on Thursday.

    A man is in a critical condition and three others who were seriously injured have been flown to Melbourne.

    The first witness at the scene described the crash as "horrific".

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