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China CCTV Tries to Pass Off ‘Top Gun’ Clip as Military Drill. LOL

Beijing has lately stepped up its campaign against the country’s “fake news” scourge, with the General Administration of Press and Publications putting pressure on news organizations to dismiss journalists suspected of doctoring their stories. Ironically, the latest example of alleged news fakery comes from China’s own state broadcaster, CCTV. In a development that could further …

Oxygen masks deployed in Qantas mid-air scare

January 25, 2011 | Author: huiping | Posted in Aviation, News and Society, Society, Vehicles

AUSTRALIA’S The Age newspaper reported that a Qantas airliner carrying 99 passengers from Adelaide to Melbourne was forced rapidly to descend 26,000 feet after a sudden cabin depressurisation on Tuesday morning. Oxygen masks dropped from the overhead consoles on the Boeing 737-400 as the pilots of flight QF670 announced that they would have to make …

What is the likelihood of a bus crushing your 3 toes?

INFORMATION technology technician Derek Li is left with a crushed foot and had to have three of his toes amputated after the front wheel of an off-duty SBS Transit bus crushed his foot in an accident outside Hougang Plaza on Nov 29 last year. Mr Li, 27, was crossing a road junction when the traffic …

What is Singapore Changi Airport’s traffic in 2010?

CHANGI Airport saw a record 42 million passengers over 2010 thanks to a strong finish in the year-end holiday season, Changi Airport Group said on Thursday. The new milestone is a 13 per cent increase over 2009′s passenger movements, and far surpasses the previous annual record of 37.7 million recorded in 2008. Monthly and daily …

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