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Previous Airbus Disasters

Previous Airbus disasters

  • August 2000: Gulf Air A320 crashed in Gulf off Bahrain
  • January 2000: 169 killed when A310 crashed off Ivory Coast.
  • February 1998: 197 killed when A300 crashed in Taiwan.
  • September 1997: 234 killed when A300 crashed in Indonesia.
  • July 1994: Seven killed when A330 crashed in Toulouse, France, when crew were testing simulated engine failure.
  • April 1994: 259 killed when A300 crashed in Japan.
  • March 1994: 75 killed when A310 crashed in Siberia.
  • September 1992: 167 killed when A300 crashed in Kathmandu, Nepal.
  • July 1992: 113 killed when A310 crashed in Kathmandu.
  • January 1992: 87 killed when A320 crashed in Strasbourg.
  • February 1990: 90 killed when A320 crashed in Bangalore.
  • June 1988: eight killed when A320 crashed in Habersheim.
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  • 3 injured in shooting in France, reports say

    3 injured in shooting in France, reports say

    Friday, March 24 2017 7:10 PM EDT2017-03-24 23:10:21 GMT
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    Early reports suggest a shooting in France is crime or gang-related. 

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    Early reports suggest a shooting in France is crime or gang-related. 

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  • Heart Gallery Alabama: Sharae & Sharee

    Heart Gallery Alabama: Sharae & Sharee

    Friday, March 24 2017 8:01 PM EDT2017-03-25 00:01:33 GMT

    Each week, we introduce you to a child in Alabama's foster care system. It's our hope that we can connect these children with loving families. This week, meet sisters, Sharae and Sharee.

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    Each week, we introduce you to a child in Alabama's foster care system. It's our hope that we can connect these children with loving families. This week, meet sisters, Sharae and Sharee.

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  • Vernon: Severe storms possible tomorrow

    Vernon: Severe storms possible tomorrow

    Friday, March 24 2017 7:59 PM EDT2017-03-24 23:59:58 GMT
    Source: WSFA 12 NewsSource: WSFA 12 News
    FIRST ALERT: The Storm Prediction Center has placed portions of the WSFA viewing area under a SLIGHT risk for severe weather Saturday afternoon. More details below. Despite southeasterly winds, we remain in a relatively dry state as moisture slowly returns to the area. We'll remain rather mild tonight as we slowly cool down to an overnight low in the upper 50s. We'll have a partly cloudy sky setting and not a chance of rain tonight. If you have weekend plans that will take you...More >>
    FIRST ALERT: The Storm Prediction Center has placed portions of the WSFA viewing area under a SLIGHT risk for severe weather Saturday afternoon. More details below. Despite southeasterly winds, we remain in a relatively dry state as moisture slowly returns to the area. We'll remain rather mild tonight as we slowly cool down to an overnight low in the upper 50s. We'll have a partly cloudy sky setting and not a chance of rain tonight. If you have weekend plans that will take you...More >>
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