German Lufthansa airline was forced to cancel flights: 06:00 Riga-Frankfurt and 13:00 Frankfurt-Riga due to a pilots’ strike this Tuesday, October 21st.
At a Moscow airport, on the night to October 21, a private jet has crashed taking the lives of three crew members and a passenger – Christophe de Margerie, Chief Executive Officer of Europe's third largest oil company Total.
U.S. military has delivered airdorps of arms and medical supplies to Kurdish units involved in a fierce and long battle against the Islamist group Islamic State (IS) for the Syrian town of Kobane near the country's border with Turkey.
Reports on an emergency situation encountered by a Russian submarine off Sweden in the Baltic Sea have been denied by the Russian Ministry of Defence.
In the U.S., reports that an Ebola-infected nurse took an inland flight together with 132 other passengers, have raised fears of a steep fall in airplane passengers and have made airline stock value decrease significantly.
Acts of aggressive nationalism, all forms of extremism and intolerance are increasing in Russia at a frightening scale as observed by respectable international organisations, therefore it is time for Russia to look in the mirror, says the Press Secretary of the Latvian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Spanish Constitutional Court ordered the Autonomous Community of Catalonia to suspend the Spain secession referendum planned to take place in November. Catalonia's leader, however, announced that the vote will still take place on November 9 but it will not be legally binding.
Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands has unveiled that one of the 298 victims of the passenger plane, which was downed over Ukraine's east, was found wearing an oxygen mask.