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Poland decided to arrest the dispatchers working in the Tu-154 crash
Polish prosecutor’s office did a corresponding motion to the District Court of Warsaw. If he makes a positive decision, then the investigators will be able to take measures to detain the dispatchers who worked at the Smolensk airport during the plane crash with Polish President Lech Kaczynski in 2010.
- At the end of July, the Polish commission to re-investigate the crash said that two explosions were the cause of the plane’s crash, and the tragedy itself was the result of “deliberate actions”, including those related to the overhaul of the Tu-154M aircraft.
- The plane carrying Polish President Lech Kaczynski, Polish deputies and the high military command crashed on April 10, 2010 near Smolensk. Eight crew members and 88 passengers were killed.
- In 2011, Poland found that a plane at high speed dropped too low and crashed into a tree due to poor visibility. In 2015, a new investigation began, and two years later the Polish commission establishedthat there was an explosion on board the plane before the fall. At the same time, the Investigative Committee of Russia claimedthat no traces of explosives were found on Kaczynski’s plane.
Trump announced the timing of the start of vaccination against COVID-19 in the United States
President Donald Trump statedthat large-scale vaccination of the country’s population will begin “in mid-October, maybe a little later.”