According to a transcript of the conversation between air traffic control and the Japanese Coast Guard plane that crashed in March 2019, the plane was not given clearance to take off before the crash occurred. The transcript, which was made available by NHK, a Japanese news outlet, shows that the pilot asked for permission to take off 60 seconds before the crash. However, after a pause, the air traffic controller warned the pilot that the plane was not ready and that the take-off was not imminent. The plane then crashed on the runway before it could take off. The cause of the crash is still unknown, but the transcript suggests that the air traffic controller may have been too slow in giving the plane permission to take off.
Asake pushed the boundaries of Afrobeats by combining traditional elements with modern production techniques. By blending together African-style rhythms and instrumentation with contemporary production elements, Asake has created a unique Afrobeats sound. He also incorporates elements of hip-hop, reggaeton, and electronic music, resulting in a sound that is both familiar and fresh. He has also […]
Desert horror: Music festival goers heard rockets, then Gaza militants fired on them and took hostages
The desert horror unfolded quickly. Music festival goers heard the distant sound of rockets and then panic spread when Gaza militants unexpectedly fired on them from nearby hills. Their barrage of bullets hit several people in the crowd and several more were taken hostage, keeping the rest of the patrons from fleeing the scene. The […]
The deadliest flood disaster in African history was largely caused by an outdated system of dams, as well as a lack of awareness and warning of potential natural disasters. The catastrophic flooding, which began on April 2, 2015 in the Sudd swamps of South Sudan, killed over 300 people and left 1 million people displaced. […]