The Main Body of The Wreckage AirAsia QZ8501 Has Been Found

Singapore Navy ship found the main debris of the AirAsia QZ8501 in the Java Sea, on Wednesday January 14 2015. AirAsia QZ8501 crashed in the Karimata Strait on its way from Surabaya to Singapore on Sunday December 28, 2014. Singapore Defense Minister Ng Eng Hen, in his Facebook account, upload photos taken with remotely operated vehicle (ROV) which was operated MV Swift Rescue. The debris is expected to form a part of the main body of the aircraft because there are the AirAsia slogan “Now Everyone Can Fly” and aircraft…

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Illegal Flights AirAsia QZ8501 on Disaster Sunday

Head of Region III Airport Authority Juanda Airport Surabaya, Praminto Hadi rectify statement calling AirAsia flight on Sunday is legal. Instead, he said that the airline does not have permission to fly on Sunday morning December 28, 2014. AirAsia does not propose changes to permit flying from Saturday to Sunday to the Directorate General of Air Transportation so that the flight is illegal, said Praminto at Police Headquarter Complex in East Java, Monday, January 5, 2015 afternoon. Praminto do not want to comment further regarding permission of flying. Clearly, such…

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How The Experts Know The Location Of The End Of The Flight MH370?

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak on Monday March 24, 2014, announced that the Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, flight ended in the Southern Indian Ocean west of Perth, Australia. He reveals, these conclusions are based on the results of the latest analysis of Inmarsat satellite data presented by the Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) Britain. Based on the analysis of the Inmarsat, MH370 missing since Saturday March 08, 2014. Last fly in the territorial waters of the distance from the place of landing anywhere. Referring to the report, little possibility of…

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Conspiracy Behind The Missing MH370

There are 20 Passengers of the MH370 are the U.S. Military Engineers. Freescale, the American company engaged in the production and designing heavy equipment including microchips for the defense industry, said 20 employees were passengers on Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 listed as missing since Saturday morning, March 8, 2014. The 20 employees are Freescale senior staff with details of 12 Malaysian and eight other Chinese. “They all have a lot of experience and technical background. They are a very important person,” said Freescale spokesman, Mitch Haws. They fly with MH370…

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Apple Asked for Royalties of The Sale of Samsung Gadget Product

The latest developments in patent dispute case between Apple and Samsung, on trial next March 31, upcoming, Apple reportedly to ask the cost of royalties over five patents its technology used by Samsung devices. It was revealed from a previous trial documents on January 23, cited by Phone Arena. Quantity of numbers the requested royalty Apple reaches USD 40.00 each Samsung products sold, or USD 8.00 each patent. The patents referred to a number of functions on the Samsung smartphone, associated with a unified search, data synchronization, slide-to-unlock, phone call…

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The Missing of Malaysia Airlines: Compromise rules and Automation Addict

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has just release a statement that the year of 2012 was The safest year in the history of aviation. It is expressed in reference to the lowest level of accidents that happen in 2012. The mere comparison, in 2012 just happens to one accident of 5 million departures. In 2011, there is one accident for every 1.5 million departures. It means increased almost two-fold. Increase the level of security enjoyed by society flying international flights along with the rapid advancement of technology aviation. However,…

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Viktor Yanukovych Gave A Statement

Deposed Ukraine president who is now a fugitive, Viktor Yanukovych, is reportedly to provide a statement from the city of Rostov-on-Don. This was stated by a source close to Ukraine’s former President to the RIA Novosti news agency on Monday (10/03/2014). Rostov-on-Don is a port city in the southern Russian region bordering Ukraine. If the news is true, then this will be the second appearance of Yanukovych publicly in the city, since he left Ukraine after being ousted in the last month. Earlier, Yanukovych said that he was forced to…

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Australia Have 1.8 million Encrypted Data of Telkomsel Customers

Australia intelligence collaborated with the National Security Agency (NSA) United States increase the radar to Asia since the Bali bombing in 2002. China and Indonesia into a special attention. In Indonesia, Indosat and Telkomsel are the telecommunications operators are known to have been the target of the intelligence monitoring. Based on the NSA document leaked by Edward J Snowden in early 2013, recorded talks via Indosat is part of the monitoring of the Intelligence Directorate of the Department of Defense Signal (DFD) Australia, which in may 2013 renamed Australia Signals…

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Usman-Harun, The Warship That Makes Tense

Naming of the Usman-Harun for Indonesia Navy battleship make Singapore in taut. Two Indonesian Marines bomber at The MacDonald House was immortalized as the name Indonesia warships. Old wounds unfolds. Singapore’s Foreign Minister K. Shanmugam immediately grabbed the phone after hearing the news about three new warships belong to Indonesia. That soon on his phone was the Minister of Foreign Affairs Marty Natalegawa on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. Shanmugam complain that the passage of warships in the Strait of Malacca in the range from June to October 2014, respectively. Instead…

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The Conspiracy of Commonwealth Nations in Southeast Asia

Provocative action of the three neighboring countries in Indonesia is a neat and structured with a single command. The purpose of the three countries in a mutual defense cooperation corridor supports appropriate Commonwealth Charter. Indeed, there is the theory of “coincidence” in layman’s view when Australia expel asylum seekers to Indonesia. Or the appearance of orange lifeboats in southern waters, then Singapore suddenly protested naming KRI Usman-Harun. Shouted later with a burning fishing boat from Papua in the waters of Papua New Guinea (PNG). After Malaysia failed to do its…

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