A plane has crashed after failing to make an emergency landing in Taiwan, local media is reporting.
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Reuters: eBay’s online ticket resale service StubHub announced late Tuesday that it was the victim of a massive international cyber fraud ring.
The company’s head of global communications said his firm had been working with law enforcement around the world for the last year on the case, which authorities plan to disclose details of on Wednesday as they announce arrests.
Wall Street Journal: The Federal Aviation Administration has banned U.S. carriers from flying to Tel Aviv for at least 24 hours.
The decision comes after a rocket attack near Ben Gurion International Airport. Earlier, several U.S. airlines said they were canceling flights until further notice.
SBS News: Pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine on Tuesday handed over two black boxes recovered from the crash site of the MH17 jet to Malaysian officials.
They also announced at a press conference a ceasefire within a 10 kilometer radius around the crash site to allow international investigators to safely access the vast area where the Malaysia Airlines flight was downed.
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