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Who Were The Russian Military Plane Crash Victims?

Who Were The Russian Military Plane Crash Victims?

The Tu-154 plane belonging to the Russian Defence Ministry crashed into the Black Sea just two minutes after taking off from Sochi on Sunday morning. UPDATE: 12:29 a.m. EST -The missing Tu-154 plane of the Russian defense ministry had arrived in Sochi for refueling, a source told RIA Novosti news agency.



New Zealand v Bangladesh, 1st ODI

An incredible innings from Tom Latham has anchored the Black Caps towards a commanding total in the first one-day cricket global against Bangladesh at Christchurch's Hagley Oval. "Hess (coach Mike Hesson) and I have spoken a bit about that series", Williamson told reporters in Christchurch on Sunday ahead of their first game against Bangladesh .


New York Giants demonstrating that defense doesn't travel

New York Giants demonstrating that defense doesn't travel

But they could have made things a lot easier for themselves with a win last night against the non-playoff bound Eagles. "We didn't score touchdowns". It wasn't really overthrown; I needed to do a better job. I just didn't do it for some reason, I thought I would've been able to go and get to it and I wasn't.



Browns win; Lions remain NFL's only 0-16 team

The Browns offensive line didn't really show up in the second half, but they made just enough plays in all three phases to finally get in the win column. Some of San Diego's players were in disbelief after losing to the NFL's only winless team. San Diego quarterback Philip Rivers missed receivers. Of course, much of it had to do with the Chargers, one of the few teams in the National Football League with a black cloud hanging over them that can sometimes match the hometown team's.


Ronaldo tells Syria children 'don't lose hope' after making donation

Ronaldo tells Syria children 'don't lose hope' after making donation

He also gave a "generous donation", which will fund food, clothing and medical care for families in Aleppo and across Syria. A message of hope to the children affected by the conflict in Syria. 'We know that you have been suffering a lot. In March, Ronaldo posted a photo of him and his son, Cristiano Jr., with a photo of Ayman, a five-year-old Syrian refugee and soccer fan.