Ibrahim Kassim, an official with the Agency for Aviation Security and Navigation in Africa (Asecna), the regional air security body, said, search and rescue planes had spotted debris and bodies at the crash site, 5-10km (3-6miles) from the coast along its landing approach.The deputy general manager said, “the weather conditions were rough… strong wind and high seas. The wind speed recorded on land at the airport was 61 kilometres (38miles) an hour. There could be other factors.” It is the second Airbus to plunge into the sea this month.On June 1, an Air France Airbus A330-200 crashed into the Atlantic Ocean killing all 228 people on board.
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Monday, June 22, 2009
Younis Khan announces his retirement from Twenty20 internationals. Younis' final act in Twenty20 international cricket was to lift the trophy that so narrowly evaded
Younis will continue to play Test and ODI cricket, and hopes he will again have the opportunity to lead his national team on home soil. Younis has previously warned that the absence of international cricket could kill the game in
He also added that "I'm the second Khan winning a World Cup for
Sunday, June 21, 2009
After all the anticipation the first women's World Twenty20 final was somewhat of an anti-climax but in the end
Women's cricket has arrived on the world stage, and nobody tried to boo them off. Rather, they applauded a surprisingly entertaining new act which represented good value for money, and has the chance to shine again in the future.With the format to be repeated next year in the Caribbean, the ICC can both breathe a sigh of relief at the successful staging this time around, but also give itself a pat on the back.