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Breaking News
12/18/2009 3:54:32 PM

Main highway closed

Greece's main north-south highway remained closed on Friday at the Tempi Valley intersection, north-central Greece, after a major landslide on Thursday killed a 62-year-old motorist.  
The victim, identified as an Italian engineer, was killed when boulders smashed into the vehicle he was driving. The deceased was the project director of the bridge being constructed at the site, who had just arrived with other employees of the Malliakos-Kleidi consortium to inspect damage caused by falling rocks at the same spot on Tuesday and Wednesday. Another landslide occurred as the 62-year-old engineer and the consortium employees arrived in two cars. The five employees, who were in one car, heard the noise and quickly abandoned the vehicle, resulting in light injuries to two of them, but the engineer, who was alone in the second vehicle, was killed when a boulder crashed onto his car. 
According to authorities, the particular stretch of the Athens-Thessaloniki highway where the landslide occurred will remain closed for at least one month's period, with vehicles expected to use alternate routes, all of which will add hours of drive time. 
Swiss experts have arrived in the country to advise on stabilisation works at the specific site, one of Greece's best-known and rugged canyons.

British MoD closes UFO unit
12/10/2009 10:17:23 AM

UFO investigations unit closed by Ministry of Defence

A sketch of a UFO [pic: national archives]
Sketch of a UFO spotted in Hemsworth, West Yorkshire, on 25 March 1988

The Ministry of Defence has closed its UFO unit after more than 50 years of investigating reported UK sightings.

A hotline and e-mail address for the public to report possible sightings was shut on 1 December because it had no "defence value", the MoD said.

The officer handling reports has moved to another post, saving £44,000 a year.

The MoD said the unit had received thousands of reports, although none had yielded proof of aliens or any security threat to the UK.

'Afghanistan priority'

In a statement, the MoD said it had "no opinion on the existence or otherwise of extra-terrestrial life".

It went on: "In over 50 years, no UFO report has revealed any evidence of a potential threat to the United Kingdom.

"The MoD has no specific capability for identifying the nature of such sightings. There is no defence benefit in such investigation and it would be an inappropriate use of defence resources."

An MoD spokesman added that resources were being "focused on the top priority - the front line in Afghanistan".

He added: "Any legitimate threat to the UK's airspace will be spotted by our 24/7 radar checks and dealt with by RAF fighter aircraft."



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