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Mexico launches desperate manhunt for "El Chapo"
CBS News
Vigil, a retired U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration chief of international operations ... at Toluca airport near the penitentiary in the State of Mexico, and civil aviation hangars were being searched. Guzman was last seen about 9 p.m. in the shower ...

Mexico: Drug lord 'El Chapo' Guzman escapes; manhunt begins
The Star Democrat and you
Flights were also suspended at Toluca’s international airport near the penitentiary in the state of Mexico, and civil aviation hangars were being ... a security expert at Mexico’s National Autonomous University. “First he had to pay his debt in ...

Mexican drug lord escapes; manhunt begins
Southeast Missourian
Flights also were suspended at Toluca's international airport near the penitentiary, and civil aviation hangars were being searched ... a security expert at Mexico's National Autonomous University. "First he had to pay his debt in Mexico and then in ...

Search for MH370: $150m spent, but ‘hunt must continue for air safety’s sake’
AsiaOne
They do not include indirect costs such as assistance rendered to families of the passengers, said Mr Raymond Benjamin, secretary-general of the International Civil Aviation ... National University of Singapore professor of aviation law Alan Tan said ...

Top Mexican drug lord Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman escapes from prison using tunnels, officials say
FOX News
Flights were also suspended at Toluca's international airport near the penitentiary in the State of Mexico, and civil aviation hangars were being ... a security expert at Mexico's National Autonomous University. "First he had to pay his debt in Mexico ...

Wisconsin court ends probe of presidential hopeful Walker
My Foxny
Wisconsin Club for Growth and its director, Eric O'Keefe, filed a federal civil ... The Federal Aviation Administration says that at least 11 commercial airlines reported lasers aimed at them Wednesday night near Newark-Liberty International Airport.

Russian Rejection of U.N. Tribunal Casts Doubt on Possibility of MH17 Prosecution
Wall Street Journal
A year after the crash in eastern Ukraine, there are other avenues to pursue a prosecution, but the challenges are deep. “Not all hope is lost,” said David Scheffer, a law professor at Northwestern University ... of the International Civil Aviation ...

One Year After The MH17 Crash, Russia Still Hasn't Changed Its Story
Forbes
Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was shot down in Ukraine one year ago—but not much (except the passage of time) has changed since then. The Dutch-based Joint Investigative Team (JIT), appointed by the International Civil Aviation Organization to look into ...

MH17 anniversary: Little change in air safety since plane shot down
Sydney Morning Herald
The timelines and amount of information from the International Civil Aviation Organisation ... re-routed flights to avoid Ukraine airspace following MH17. Rico Merkert, a senior lecturer in aviation management at the University of Sydney, said there ...

MH370: Responsibility Of Malaysia, China, Australia To Find Plane, Says UN Body
The Malaysian Digest
They do not include indirect costs such as assistance rendered to families of the passengers, said Raymond Benjamin, secretary-general of the International Civil Aviation ... National University of Singapore professor of aviation law Alan Tan said there ...



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