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Nakumpleto na ang pagsusuri sa dalawang pirasong plane debris na natagpuan sa South Africa at sa Mauritius.

Ayon kay Malaysia Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai, matapos ang masusing imbestigasyon na isinagawa ng international experts, lumitaw na ang dalawang debris ay tumutugma sa bahagi ng nawawalang Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 aircraft.

“As such, the team has confirmed that both pieces of debris from South Africa and Rodrigues Island are almost certainly from MH370,” ayon sa opisyal.

Ang dalawang piraso ng debris na nadiskubre kamakailan sa South Africa at sa Rodrigues Island ay bahagi ng engine na mayroong Rolls-Royce logo at isang piraso ng interior panel mula naman sa aircraft cabin.

Nagpasalamat naman si Liow Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB), Geoscience Australia at sa kumpanyang Boeing sa ibinigay nilang tulong sa imbestigasyon.

Ang pinakabagong resulta ng imbestigasyon ay kumumpleto sa nauna nang pagsusuri noong Marso kung saan nakumpirma na ang debris na natagpuan sa Mozambique halos tiyak nang bahagi ng MH370.

Ang Flight MH370 ay nawala habang patungo sa Beijing galling Kuala Lumpur noong March 8, 2014 sakay ang 239 na pasahero.

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Nakikipag-ugnayan na ang Philippine Embassy sa Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia para maiuwi na ang labi ng Pilipinong nasawi matapos mag-crash ang sinakyan na Malaysian chopper sa Batang Lupar river sa Sarawak, Malaysia noong nakaraang Linggo. 

Sinabi ni Department of Foreign Affairs Spokesman Charles Jose na patuloy ang koordinasyon sa mga awtoridad sa Kuala Lumpur para sa gagawing repatriation ng labi ng Pilipinong piloto na si Captain Rudolf Rex Ragas. 

Nauna nang kinumpirma ng Sarawak State Police na na-recover ang katawan ni Ragas sa Pulau Triso at dinala na sa Sarawak General Hospital. Anim, kabilang na si Ragas ang naiulat na namatay sa naturang crash. 

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Patay ang 3 katao habang sugatan ang 45 sa pagsabog ng isang car bomb sa isang police vehicle sa Diyarbakir, ang main city ng Southeastern Turkey kung saan sinusubukan durugin ng mga security forces ang mga Kurdish militant.

Ayon sa tanggapan ng gobernador, 12 pulis ang nasugatan sa pagsabog ng armored police van.

Nakarinig umano ng malakas na pagsabog sa sentro ng lungsod ang saksi ng Reuters na sinundan ng pagtunog ng mga sirena ng ambulansiya.

Nagkalat din ang itim na usok at mga debris sa lugar.

Sinasabi ng isang security source na lima sa mga sugatan ay mga inmates na inilipat na sa ilalim ng police custody. 

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Binitay ng Bangladesh ang lider na tinaguriang country's largest Islamist party na sangkot sa maraming kasamaan noong 1971 war of independence sa Pakistan. 

Kinumpirma ni Law Minister Anisul Haq ang pagbitay kay Motiur Rahman Nizami, 73-anyos na lider ng Jamaat-e-Islami party sa kapitolyo ng Dhaka matapos itong tumangging humingi ng awa kay President Abdul Hamid.

Napatunayan siyang may sala sa genocide, rape at torture.

Agad namang nagdiwang ang daan-daang katao na nagtipon-tipon malapit sa kulungan.

Si Nizami ang ikaapat na lider ng Jamaat-e-Islami party na pinatay kasabay ng paglalagay ni Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina ng war crimes tribunal sa mga ginawang pang-aabuso sa kasagsagan ng independence war.

Nakatakdang iburol ang Islamist leader sa kanyang bahay sa hilagang bahagi ng Bangladesh. 

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Hong Kong – Twerking, selfie-taking, picnicking, and performing impromptu dance routines — Hong Kong’s 180,000-strong community of Filipino workers fill the city’s public spaces on Sundays, their day off, to relax and party.

But for the past few weeks the colorful gatherings have turned political, as the Philippines heads toward an election in which its Migrant Workers could swing a tight race.

Bands thrash out rock ballads backing their favourite candidates in the walkways and public squares of Hong Kong’s financial district, and campaigners wear t-shirts bearing political slogans to drum up support.

“It’s important to vote for change,” said 49-year-old Winnie Blaza, a domestic helper who has not lived in the Philippines for 20 years.

“I became a migrant worker because of poverty. We migrants are supporting candidates who want to help.”

The majority of Hong Kong’s Filipino workers are domestic helpers, an often-abused underclass in the wealthy city, whose plight has been highlighted by several recent legal cases.

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Supporters and Opponents of a new North Carolina Transgender Law have been holding competing rallies on the first day of the state’s legislative session.

A single supporter of the law got into a shouting match with several people at a rally against the law on the grounds of the state’s 19th Century Capitol building.

The law blocks local and state protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people and directs which toilets transgender people can use.

Authorities said 36 people were arrested on Monday evening outside House Speaker Tim Moore’s closed office.

Acting General Assembly Police Chief Martin Brock says all of those arrested would be charged with second-degree trespassing. He also says they will be cited for violating building rules or the fire code. He said one also faces a charge of resisting arrest.

The statement says the North Carolina law that limits government protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender citizens is hateful.

Bruce Springsteen, Mumford and Sons, Pearl Jam, Blue Man Group and Cirque du Soleil have all cancelled performances in North Carolina since the law was passed last month.

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