JAKARTA -- Two light attack aircraft crashed in Indonesia's East Java province on Thursday, killing all four people aboard, according to the Indonesian Air Force.
The two Super Tucano turboprops with tail numbers TT-3103 and TT-3111 hit a steep slope of Mount Bromo volcano while conducting a routine flight-formation exercise in Pasuruan district, said First Marshall Agung Sasongkojati, spokesman of the Indonesian Air Force. (Indonesia-Air Crash)
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ISLAMABAD -- A soldier and four terrorists were killed in two separate clashes between security forces and the militants in Pakistan's northwest Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province on Thursday, a military statement said.
One of the incidents happened on the outskirts of the provincial capital city of Peshawar, where the security forces conducted an intelligence-based operation on the reported presence of terrorists, the military's media wing Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in the statement. (Pakistan-Terrorist-Clash)
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HANOI -- Prolonged heavy rain and floods in central Vietnam since early this week killed two people and left three others missing, according to the National Steering Committee on Natural Disaster Prevention and Control on Thursday.
Several places in Hue city received more than 800 mm of rainfalls in 24 hours, and the entire city was flooded by Wednesday night, the local media VnExpress reported. (Vietnam-Natural Disasters)
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UNITED NATIONS -- The Security Council on Wednesday adopted a resolution calling for urgent and extended humanitarian pauses and corridors in Gaza.
The resolution won the support of 12 of the 15 council members. Britain, Russia and the United States abstained. (UN-Gaza-Resolution)