Snowflood Landscape Switzerland, 2 Lost People

 The avalanche of snowfall occurred in the Valais region of Switzerland. As a result of these events, two people were declared missing.

Quoted from Reuters on Monday (19/2/2018), the landslide occurred on Sunday (18/2) morning local time. Police revise the number of missing victims from 10 to 2.

Police also said the victims were members of a group that was skiing in the region. Not to mention the identity of both.

Avalanche occurs at an altitude of 2,500 meters in an area called Col de Fenestral. The search for victims continues to be done.

Valais is an area bordering France and Italy. No further details have been made about the details of this incident.

(rna / dkp)

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Before Falling Near Moscow, the AN-148 Aircraft Had Gone Lost from the Radar

 Russia's AN 148 commercial plane owned by Saratov Airlines crashed and killed all 71 passengers and crew. Before the accident, the plane was known to have been lost from the radar.

Reported from, Sunday (11/2/2018), the plane with the code # 6W703 that consists of 65 passengers and 6 crew. The plane took off from Moscow's Domodedovo International Airport and was due to land in Orsk, Ural region.

Before arriving at Orsk, the plane crashes in the Ramensky District. The plane disappears from the radar just minutes after take off.

The Sun reported, an eyewitness said he had heard the explosion when the plane was still in the air.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has expressed his condolences regarding this deadly incident. He also said investigations were underway to investigate the cause of the accident.

Some of the outstanding photographs show how the debris of snow-covered planes was found in several adjacent locations. The bodies of the victims were also found not far from the plane debris.
(rna / ams)

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Malaysia Approves US Companies Continue Searching for Lost Planes

The Malaysian government has signed a deal with a US exploration company to continue searching for a MH370 lost plane in the southern Indian Ocean.

Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai announced Wednesday in Kuala Lumpur , Houston-based Ocean Infinity will search for the missing plane on condition that it is not paid if it is not found.

The company will be paid $ 20 million if the Boeing 777 is found in exploration in an area of ​​5,000 kilometers, 30 million dollars if found in the area an area of ​​10,000 kilometers of persedi and 50 million dollars in an area of ​​25,000 square kilometers. Payments will increase to 70 million dollars if the missing plane is found in the exploration area of ​​more than 25,000 square kilometers.

Malaysian Airlines Airlines MH370 numbers disappeared March 8, 2014 while flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, with 239 passengers and crew in it . [ab/uh]

Nearly 90 People Killed Due to Tropical Storm Philippines, Dozens Lost

Tropical storms in the Philippines that triggered floods and landslides have killed nearly 90 people. Dozens of others have not been found.

According to local officials, all fatalities are on the southern island of Mindanao. Most of the casualties occurred on Friday (22/12) last night.

"We are still trying to confirm a report of an agricultural village buried by a landslide," said Ryan Cabus, an official in the city of Tubod as reported by news agency Reuters , Saturday (23/12/2017).

He said that communication and electricity networks to the disaster area were also cut off, making it difficult for rescue efforts.

Currently emergency workers, police and volunteers were deployed to search for survivors and clean up debris, and restore communications and electricity networks.

The total casualties were reported in various places including 39 people in Tubod, El Salvador and Munai cities in Lanao del Norte province. In Zamboanga del Norte province, 30 people were killed in Sibuco city and six people died in Salug.

Three others were killed in Bukidnon province. Meanwhile, according to politicians in the province of Lanao del Sur, seven people were drowned by flash floods in the region. Another 64 people were reported missing from the floods and landslides.

The Philippines is hit by about 20 storms each year. These storms often cause casualties and severe damage. Last week, 46 people were killed by a storm that hit the central Philippines. Earlier in 2013, Haiyan's super-storm killed nearly 8,000 people and left about 200,000 families homeless.

(ita / ita)