Dramatic Photos Show Damage From Mysterious Mid-Air Explosion
An investigation into an apparent explosion on a plane flying over Somalia is underway as officials try to figure out what happened mid-air. The Daallo Airlines flight was 11,000 feet in the air after taking off from Mogadishu bound for Djibouti Tuesday. The Serbian pilot has spoken out to Blic, a
Report: China Has Reclaimed 3,200 Acres in South China Sea
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US Diplomats Walk out of Uganda President's Inauguration
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Stunning Video Shows Gaping Hole in Plane's Fuselage
A passenger plane bound for Djibouti was forced to make an emergency landing due to a hole opening up in the plane after an apparent explosion, according to aviation experts.
Explosion on a Passenger Plane Minutes After Takeoff
Somalian airline called Daallo, flying from Mogadishu to Djibouti, may have had a bomb that went off and caused a hole in the fuselage.
Plane Forced to Land After Apparent Blast Causes Hole in Aircraft
A passenger plane bound for Djibouti was forced to make an emergency landing today, minutes after taking off from Mogadishu, due to a hole opening up in the plane after an apparent explosion, according to aviation experts. On its Facebook page, Daallo Airlines, the national airline of Somalia ,
Witness to the Drone Strike That Killed an American Terrorist
Lt. Col. Mark McCurley stood tense and quiet in the operations cell in Djibouti , Africa with his eyes transfixed on the large, high-definition monitor before him. It was playing a real-time video feed from a Predator drone -- the same video McCurley said was being beamed to high-level officials in
Americans Fleeing Yemen Arrive in Djibouti
ABC News' Molly Hunter was at the Djibouti Port today where more than 400 American evacuees arrived after a 16-hour trip from Yemen.
More Americans Who Fled Yemen Arrive in Djibouti
Fifty-nine American citizens docked at the Djibouti Port today -- the largest group yet of American evacuees from Yemen to arrive here, according to the U.S. Embassy. The Indian Navy Vessel carrying 403 people, was sturdier than most boats that arrive from Yemen -- but those disembarking recall a