Australian deputy PM: debris found in Indian Ocean a "major lead" to unlock MH370 mystery

Smartphones sting Samsung profits in second quarter

Wreckage found on Reunion Island may be from missing MH370

Sinkholes in receding Dead Sea wreak havoc on local communities

Australian deputy PM: debris found in Indian Ocean a "major lead" to unlock MH370 mystery

July 30, 2015

Australian Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss said the discovery of what could be debris from missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 was significant if yet unconfirmed.

Smartphones sting Samsung profits in second quarter

July 30, 2015

South Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics posted disappointing second quarter profit figures as the smartphone division flounders following Galaxy S6 supply problems on launch. (Photo: AFP)

Wreckage found on Reunion Island may be from missing MH370

July 30, 2015

Police say it's too early to say if debris washed up on Reunion Island belonged to missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370. (Photo: AFP)

Sinkholes in receding Dead Sea wreak havoc on local communities

July 30, 2015

A popular beach resort along Israel's Dead Sea coast falls victim to sinkholes, which are wreaking havoc on the environment and coastal communities. (Photo: Reuters)