The missing Malaysian plane is a made-for-TV mystery where the public’s hunger for the story seems inversely proportional to the amount of solid leads for solving the case. The story led ABC’s Good Morning America again on Tuesday (local time), when Bob Woodruff reported from a Malaysian fishing village, interviewing a man who said he saw a jet flying low over the water around the time Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 went missing March 8 with 239 people aboard.
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It’s Time for Guitar Nights in Corsica
If you’re tired of music festivals that require you to endure muddy mosh pits, stifling tents and rapaciously priced bottles of water, consider an escape to the plunging cliffs, turquoise waters and weathered citadels of Corsica. Every year, amid this Mediterranean island’s gorgeous surroundings, musicians gather under the stars for Les Nuits de la Guitare
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The Curse of the Crocodile: Russia’s Deadly Designer Drug
The new arrivals at the drug rehab center in Chichevo, a tiny village two hours’ drive east of Moscow, are usually given two weeks without chores to recover from the nausea, pain and sleeplessness of withdrawal. After that, between Bible study and prayer they have to start chopping firewood, hauling water from the village well or otherwise helping around the old wooden house.
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O’Bama Come Home: An Irish Village Welcomes its Prodigal Son
As the residents of Moneygall ready themselves to play host to Barack Obama on May 23, many hope the visit will bring the Irish village exactly what the President’s great-great-great-grandfather sought when he left there 150 years ago: prosperity. It takes less than a minute to drive through Obama’s ancestral hometown, a sleepy and typical rural village whose main attractions are a single pub, a corner shop, a post office and a football field.
A Third Intifadeh? Deadly Nakba Protests Spark Fears of Israel-Lebanon Border Escalation
South Lebanon Sunday witnessed its deadliest day since the month-long Israel-Hizballah 2006 war when 10 Palestinian demonstrators were reported shot dead and another 112 wounded as Israeli troops opened fire on protests along the border fence. The casualties came as a massive crowd of Palestinians gathered at Maroun er Ras, a small hilltop village overlooking the border with Israel, to commemorate the 63rd anniversary of the Nakba, or Catastrophe, when the state of Israel was established.