Monday, October 31, 2016

1) Missing aircraft found compeltely shattered in Papua mountain


2) UNHCR concerned about Australia’s ban 

3) All four crewmen of cargo aircraft found dead in Papua mountain


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1) Missing aircraft found compeltely shattered in Papua mountain

Selasa, 1 November 2016 12:22 WIB | 312 Views
Timika, Papua (ANTARA News) - The DHC4 PK-SWW cargo aircraft missing since Monday was found completely shattered in Papua mountain 12,800 feet above the sea level in the area between Jila and Ilaga. 

No report yet about the fate of those on board all crewmen including pilot Captain Fahmi Parhat (56) and co-pilot R Fendy Ardianto (38), Steven David Basari (35) as EOB and Endri Baringin Sakti P (40) as FOO.

Apparently the Canadian made aircraft, 45 years old, had crashed on the mountain on its way from Timika to Ilaga on Monday with cargo of 3.1 tons of building materials. 

Head of the Timika Search and Rescue Agency Makhfud said the wreckage of the aircraft was found on Tuesday morning at 06.30 local time at a location 6 miles from Ilaga and 9 miles from Jila.

"The aircraft was shattered but we could not locate any of the crewmen. We hope for a miracle," Makhfud , who led the search , said.

He said he did not even know the name of the mountain.

The search and rescue team is preparing for the evacuation of the victims, who have yet to be found.(*)






















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2) UNHCR concerned about Australia’s ban 
3:13 pm today 

The United Nations says it is profoundly concerned about Australia's proposed lifetime ban on refugees entering the country who have been sent to Canberra's camps in Papua New Guinea and Nauru.
UNHCR's regional representative Thomas Albrecht said Australia should offer protection and respect to people arriving by boat.

He said the basic human right of every person to seek asylum from persecution is not diminished by their mode of arrival.
Mr Albrecht said those forced to flee persecution need and deserve conducive conditions of protection, and a sustainable long-term solution.
Australia is trying to send the refugees to other countries but has rejected an offer from New Zealand.

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3) All four crewmen of cargo aircraft found dead in Papua mountain

Selasa, 1 November 2016 12:21 WIB | 278 Views
Jayapura, Papua (ANTARA News) - A rescue team has arrived at the location where the wreckage of a cargo aircraft found shattered in the Papua mountain, with four bodies of all crew members of the aircraft, around 6 kilometers from Ilaga the capital of the Puncak regency. 

The team was preparing for the evacuation of the four bodies of the crewmen from the location 12,800 feet above the sea level to Timika.
No people on board the aircraft other then the four crewmen including pilot Captain Fahmi Parhat (56) and co-pilot R Fendy Ardianto (38), Steven David Basari (35) as EOB and Endri Baringin Sakti P (40) as FOO.

The Canadian made DHC4 PK-SWW aircraft carrying 3.1 tons of building materials had apparently crashed on the mountain side on its way from Timika to Ilaga on Monday.(*)
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