Dramatic footage: Kazan Boeing crash caught on camera
Shocking security cam footage of a Tatarstan Airlines Boeing 737's nosedive has been released, just as a number of theories about the circumstances and causes of the crash that claimed 50 lives are still emerging.
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Crowds gathered outside Cape Town's City Hall on Friday, December 6, the morning after the death of Nelson Mandela. The former South African president and anti-apartheid icon was 95 years old. President Jacob Zuma announced Mandela’s death, saying “our nation has lost its greatest son. Our people have lost a father.” City Hall is the location where "Archbishop Desmond Tutu first presented a newly elected President Mandela to the world in 1994":http://www.iol.co.za/news/south-africa/tutu-says-prayer-for-mandela-1.1617590. Credit: YouTube/Tzviatko Chiderov
A winter storm caused travel chaos across the UK on Thursday, December 5, after high winds forced the closure of the rail network and many roads. Many coastal areas were slammed by high winds and waves. Winds in excess of 100mph were reported in some areas of the east coast, particularly at high tide. This video shows waves crashing high up the beach in Hopton-on-Sea, Norfolk, and soaking the cameraman. Credit: Ian McIntosh