Days after the release of a new audio message from the Taliban's leader Mullah Akhtar Mohammad Mansour calling for insurgents "to fight until we bring an Islamic rule" to Afghanistan, Gov. Chris Christie says he would not bring home the nearly 10,000 U. S. troops stationed there, as is currently planned.
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — Malaysian officials said Sunday that they would seek help from territories near the island where a suspected piece of the missing Malaysia Airlines jet was discovered to try to find more plane debris.
A new piece of debris, meanwhile, found on Sunday on the French island of Reunion in the western Indian Ocean turned out to be a “domestic ladder,” and doesn’t belong to a plane, Malaysian Director General of Civil Aviation Azharuddin Abdul Rahman told The Associated Press amid media reports that a new plane part was found.
Malaysian government officials will ask territories near Reunion to alert them if they find any debris that could be from a plane, a transport ministry official said on condition of anonymity because he wasn’t authorized to speak to the media.
A wing flap suspected to be from the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 was found Wednesday on Reunion.
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This week’s question: How should city officials balance the need for modernization and preservation during the redevelopment of Lincoln Road? What does your ideal future Lincoln Road look like?