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Around 400 firefighters are battling to save Notre Dame after a catastropic fire engulfed the world famous cathedral in Paris, toppling its spire and threatening the entire wooden frame of the building.
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With stunning natural beauty, a bustling cosmopolitan vibe and some of the world’s largest sporting events on the horizon, we’ve uncovered a whole host of reasons to visit Yokohama, Japan…
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US singer Chris Brown and two other people are in custody in Paris after a woman filed a rape complaint, according to French police.
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It's time for a dose of Christmas cuteness - courtesy of a magician and dogs at an animal shelter
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Soul singer Aretha Franklin has died at her home in Detroit, her publicist has said.

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Staff at Amsterdam’s Schiphol have temporarily suspended flights to and from the airport.

It is understood there is a communications issue between air traffic control and pilots so flights have been suspended for safety.

In a post on social media a spokesperson said: “At this moment, there is no incoming and outgoing flight traffic at our airport.

“Air traffic control is investigating this matter.”

At this moment, there is no incoming and outgoing flight traffic at our airport. Air traffic control is investigating this matter. We will keep you updated. Please check your current flight status on our website, our app or check your airline.

— Schiphol (@Schiphol) August 15, 2018

Update: slowly departing air traffic is starting up again.

— Schiphol (@Schiphol) August 15, 2018

There is no update on the planned 4.45pm arrival at Aberdeen from the airport.

Passengers are asked to contact their airline for the latest on their flights.

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Greenpeace activists have crashed a drone into a French nuclear plant to highlight the lack of security around the facility.

The drone, which was decked out to resemble a tiny Superman, slammed into the tower in Bugey, about 20 miles from Lyon, according to a video released on Tuesday by Greenpeace.

The environmental activist group says the drone was harmless but the action showed the lack of security in nuclear installations in France, which is heavily dependent on atomic power.

Greenpeace is notorious for attention-grabbing stunts, which have included climbing the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro and scaling Big Ben in London.

The group has gone after France’s nuclear security before, and last week 19 activists were handed suspended prison sentences for breaking into another nuclear plant in November 2017

For the latest news from the oil and gas industry visit EnergyVoice.com
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