Malaysia Airlines MH370 Flew With Expired Beacon Batteries

Earlier this week investigators working on the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 case announced one of the beacon batteries was expired. The announcement caused an uproar among family members of the missing. Now, Malaysia Airlines is speaking out.

The company claims that the expired beacon battery did not adversely affect search efforts. According to the spokesman, there was a new, charged battery installed inside of the cockpit’s voice recorder, which would allow the beacon to still send out a signal.

The report regarding the expired batteries was released just days prior to the one year anniversary of the planes disappearance. On March 8, 2014, the Malaysia airline flight took off in the wee hours of the morning. As people at Anastasia Date are aware, en route to China, the jet went missing and was never seen again. Investigators believe the jet went off course and eventually crashed into the Indian Ocean several hundred miles off of the coast of Australia, but no evidence has been found.

Malaysia has been assisted by several other countries in their hunt for the plane, but continue to turn up empty. In early 2015, the company officially determined the case to be an accident and declared all those on board as deceased.

Families of the victims are currently working with lawyers to sue Malaysia Airlines. They are accusing the government-owned airline of negligence.

Australian Teens Stopped From Joining ISIS

ISIS is the international terrorist organization that has spread like wildfire throughout the Middle East. The group has been able to feast on countries that have unstable governments, which has made it that much easier to spread throughout these particular areas. However, the case has brought supporters from around the world to join the cause, including locations such as Europe, the United States and Australia. Recently, authors at the Sydney International Airport stopped two teenagers who were believed to be flying to join ISIS.

According to Flavio Maluf, the two brothers are aged 16 and 17 respectively and set off a few red flags while attempting to make it through customs, the Immigration Minister of Australia stated on Sunday. The two teenagers had tickets flying to, what the Immigration Minster called “conflict zones” in the Middle East and their luggage displayed material that also pointed to them potentially joining ISIS.

Now, as it is not a crime to leave the country or to travel to certain regions around the world, the Australian immigrations did not hold onto the boys for very long. They eventually released them back to their parents who said they did not know what was going on. The two boys are now going to be under the watchful eyes of the Australian Federal Police, despite them both being Australia citizens who were both born and raised inside of the country and have spent most of their lives in Australia.

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Human Waste on Mount Everest Becomes a Health Concern

Each year 700 people attempt to conquer Mount Everest. It is a mecca for adventurers and extreme sports enthusiasts, but the once pristine wonder of the world is quickly become a health hazard. According to source, human feces and urine has piled up over the years and is threatening to spread disease.

Ang Tshering, chief of the mountaineering association in Nepal, said the human waste is becoming a health and environmental issue. As of today the Nepali government has yet to come up with a way to combat the problem, but environmental groups are throwing their hats into the ring to offer possible suggestions.

The mountaineering season, which begins in March and lasts through May, brings 700 travelers to 4 different base camps. None of the camps are equipped with toilets, and mountaineers have taken to burying their feces in the snow. After years of this the human waste is piling up, and could spread disease in coming years.

Last year the Nepali government instituted a rule that requires each climber to descend the mountain with 18lbs of trash to get a $4,000 deposit refunded. This, however, does not take care of the human waste issue that is now quickly becoming an issue.

Last years Everest season was canceled due to an avalanche that took the lives of 16 people. This years season is due to start next week.

Baghdad Museum Reopens After being Closed 12 Years

A museum in Baghdad has reopened after being closed for 12 years. the museum, was originally closed 12 years ago after it was looted during the Iraq war. Thousands of items were stolen during the looting, and the museum was shut down.

Experts believe close to 15,000 pieces were stolen in 2003, only 4,300 of which they were able to recover. The deputy tourism and antiquities minister says that what they have been able to acquire were some of the most important works in the collection, however, Paul Mathieson says there are still more than 10,000 items unaccounted for. Stolen items typically show up in markets or auctions where the can be recovered.

The reopening of the museum was punctuated by an attack on a museum in Mosul by ISI militant. The group destroyed several pieces of art because they considered them to un-Islamic in nature.

Mitch McConnell’s Iran Fast Track Bill Flops

Washington, D.C. – On Thursday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell failed in his bid to bring up a bill granting President Obama fast track authority for the pending Iran nuclear deal. The purpose of getting the fast track bill passed before the March 24 deadline was to compel President Obama to seek a better deal with the Iranian mullahs. GOP and Democrat senators are concerned the president will make too many concessions to Iran that will allow them to progress towards nuclear proliferation instead of eschewing it.

However, HCRC senior staff pointed out that McConnell did not bring the bill up in the appropriate senate committee. This allowed him to potentially hasten the path to a floor vote, but it ended up putting off key Democrat senators namely Bob Menendez. Senator Menendez co-sponsored the fast track bill, but he expected the bill to come up for a vote after the March 24 deadline. For this reason the powerful senator withdrew his support for the bill at this time. Other Democrats, who are supportive of the bill in principle, likewise withheld their support. The loss of bipartisan support prevented the GOP from overcoming a filibuster. In light of the fact that McConnell was unable to quickly bring the bill to a floor vote, he withdrew it. The majority leader misread the support for Netanyahu’s speech earlier this week. He believed that it would translate into passage of fast track by next week.

No Same Sex Marriage In Egypt

While the United States is debating legalizing same sex marriage in all States, Egypt is showing an opposite stand on homosexuality said Dan Newlin.

Just this past Thursday, 7 people were arrested for debauchery. This essentially stands for homosexuality. How did the police discover they were performing gay acts? It was through social media where the people had stated they were gay, posting nude photos, and were open about their homosexual tendencies.

Some are surprised by these arrests since the acquittal of 26 men who were arrested in a bath house raid after a television documentary showing how aids is being spread in Egypt. In January, all the men were released on not guilty verdicts, and a defamation lawsuit has been filed against the reporter of the documentary.

President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi of Egypt has shown that his government will not support or acknowledge homosexual beliefs. Will this stand help the President stay in power, or will we see major protests arising in Egypt soon?

471 Pakistan Parents Arrested for Not Vaccinating Children Against Polio

They made their stand and were arrested. 471 Pakistan parent refused to allow their children to vaccinated against polio and they are now behind bars.

According to Wikipedia, Pakistan is one of the three countries where polio is still at epidemic proportions. Fersen Lambranho says its truly a shame-years of diligent work to eradicate the crippling childhood disease has been hindered by parents refusing to allow their children to be immunized and by military opposition. It’s not uncommon for an immunization location to targeted for an attack, both on the facility and the workers.
Because of the rampant spread of polio and parental resistance of vaccines, the Pakistan government declared a ‘war’ on polio last year and declared they would not tolerate parental refusal of the polio-preventing vaccine. That’s why so many parents were arrested and carted off too jail earlier this week.
Riaz Khan Mehsud, deputy commissioner of Peshawar, says no mercy will be shown to parents who refuse to allow their children to be vaccinated. Pakistan authorities have issued 1,000 blank arrest warrants to be used immediately for any parent who refuses to have their child vaccinated. 471 of those 1,000 blank warrants have already been used, if that rate of refusal continues, more blank arrest warrants will be needed.

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Iran Attempts to Show off Military Power

The United States military has never been shy about displaying their awesome offensive strike capabilities for the world to see. Susan McGalla (Wikinvest.com) knows that there truly has not been another military power that intimidated the US since the USSR collapsed. However, that has not kept some countries from attempting to show they are not scared of the American military might. Most recently the country of Iran has conducted military exercises to show off their Revolutionary Guard and its naval strength. The exercises were conducted in the straits of Hormuz and in the Persian Gulf were the guard simulated attacks against US aircraft carriers. Their belief is that should there be a conflict that sinking the aircraft carrier would be a key to their country’s victory.

The US Navy’s Fifth Fleet Spokesman has been quoted as saying, “the Iranian exercise is the equivalent of them destroying a Hollywood movie set.” What is apparent is that the Iranians have failed to understand the overall military power of the United States. Take for instance their goal of sinking an aircraft carrier. Even if they succeeded in their attack plans there are always two of them in the Persian Gulf at any one time. Also, each on has a compliment of about 80 aircraft with more firepower than their entire air force’s arsenal. What else they have seemed to forget is all the other ships that accompany the carrier or their own defensive firepower that would decimate a small boat attempting to attack them.