The Telegraph
Saturday , March 22 , 2014

Tech is out there to track jets

Airlines routinely use satellites to provide Wi-Fi for passengers. But for years they have failed to use a similar technology for a far more basic task: tracking planes and their black-box flight recorders....   | Read..

Putin signs treaty on Crimea

President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia today formally completed the annexation of Crimea, signing into law bills passed by parliament reclaiming the contested province fro...   | Read..
A Royal Australian Air Force officer launches a Self-Locating Data Marker Buoy from a C-130J Hercules aircraft in the southern Indian Ocean. (AP)
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9 die in Kabul hotel raid

Taliban gunmen killed nine persons, including four foreigners, in an attack on a luxury hotel used ...   | Read..

Indians face France probe for neglect

French officials are investigating an Indian couple after discovering that three young boys had bee...   | Read..