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The vessel - run by a Danish shipping company between North Shields and the Netherlands - had 946 passengers and 130 crew on board

Civilian helicopters evacuated U.S. citizens from the violent South Sudan city of Bor, capital of Jonglei state, seeing bouts of heavy machine gun fire, but 3,000 citizens from countries like Canada, Britain and Kenya remain trapped there

Britons among 3,000 foreigners trapped in South Sudan city of Bor as violence escalates

British, Canadian and Kenyan citizens are among 3,000 foreigners trapped in a South Sudan city experiencing bouts of heavy machine gun fire, one of the most violent areas of a weeklong conflict that has likely killed more than 1,000 people, a top UN official said Monday.

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Aviation officials say the aircraft’s ‘black box’ shows there was a ‘clear intention’ to manually bring the plane down

David Cameron's Arab courtship fails to sell multi-billion pound Typhoon order

David Cameron's efforts to sell a multi-billion pound contract for the United Arab Emirates to buy British-built fighter jets failed last night as the Gulf state pulled out of talks

Foreign Office to evacuate 150 Britons from South Sudan

British nationals will be airlifted out of the capital Juba today amid fighting

The ban was driven by concerns that electronic devices could collectively interfere with aircraft systems

Kindles, iPads and laptops can now be used inflight - but only on BA

British Airways passengers will be the first to benefit from relaxed rules on gadgets inflight

Glasgow helicopter crash: Four arrested over Clutha site ‘break-in’

Teenage boys and girls held on suspicion of stealing from site of fatal police helicopter crash three weeks ago

The Watchkeeper drone on display at RA F Waddington

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One of the first journalists allowed into Britain’s top secret drone base reports on its remote Afghan missions

Rescuers lift the police helicopter wreckage from the roof of the The Clutha Pub in Glasgow, Scotland

Glasgow crash: helicopter maker issues alert over fuel gauge problem

Indication of fuel quantity in tanks could be over-estimated, says Eurocopter

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US aerospace giant Boeing has unveiled a record $10 billion (£6.1 billion) share buyback and 50 per cent hike in the dividend.

Residents of west London face even more landings before 6am under the Davies Commission's short-term proposals

Sir Howard Davies' Airports Commission: Air travel could be transformed within a few years – with no more 'stacking'

An end to flying around in circles over the Home Counties: that is the prospect if the Davies Commission's short-term proposals for dealing with the aviation capacity crunch are accepted. But residents of west London face even more landings before 6am.

British Airways will not take England to Brazil World Cup because of a 'lack of a plane'

The Sun claim that a £10m price-tag has ended negotiations between the FA and BA but the flight company claim they can't free-up an aircraft for the duration of the tournament

Simon Calder: The success of London’s airports is the reason they must change

In the world’s pre-eminent city for air travel, global aviation policy is decided by local politics. The city is London, where 130 million airline passengers arrive or depart each year – or four per second, on average.

Switched on: the use of gadgets throughout flights is welcome news

Doors to automatic, iPad on

Air regulators are catching up with 21st-century reality

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