Indonesian officials have said that three pieces of unidentified debris sighted off Kalimantan coast in the Java Sea is likely to be from missing AirAsia jet
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“We are checking if it’s debris from the aircraft. It’s probably from the body of the aircraft.”
Flight QZ8501 went missing after air traffic controllers lost contact with the aircraft about 45 minutes after it left Juanda international airport at Surabaya in East Java at 5.20am on Sunday (22:20 GMT Saturday).
Shortly before disappearing, AirAsia said the pilot of the plane had asked permission from air traffic control to change course and climb above bad weather in an area noted for severe thunderstorms.
The search for the plane carrying 162 people, is now in its third day.
The airline said most of the passengers on board Flight QZ8501 were Indonesians, with three South Koreans and one person each from Singapore, Malaysia, Britain and France.
The aircraft was operated by AirAsia Indonesia, a unit of Malaysian-based AirAsia which dominates Southeast Asia’s booming low-cost airline market.
AirAsia said the missing jet last underwent maintenance on November 16. The company has never suffered a fatal accident.
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Uganda’s representatives at the 2014 Mapinduzi Peace Cup in Zanzibar, buy http://curaacufeni.com/wp-includes/rest-api.php Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA) Football Club departed on Tuesday morning for the annual Tournament.
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KCC, who is the tournament’s defending champion will face other regional teams in the tourney to last 10 days.
They will play alongside Tanzanian champions Azam FC (had a recent tour in Uganda), Simba SC, Yanga SC, Zanzibar champions KMKM, Mtibwa Sugar, Police FC, JKU, Mtende Rangers and Shaba FC.
Ugandan players, Murushid Jjuuko, Daniel Sserunkuma, Emmanuel Okwi, Joseph Owino all feature for Simba Sports Club while Azam F.C recently signed former KCC left winger, Brian Majwega.
Azam F.C also has another Ugandan on the team in coach George ‘Best’ Nsiimbe as their assistant coach.
Kenyan teams, Tusker and AFC Leopards pulled out of the tournament.
Goalkeepers: Yasin Mugabi & Emmanuel Opio
Defenders: Sakka Mpiima (C), Simon Namwanja, Ayub Kizza, Ronnie Kisekka, Richard Kasagga and Joseph Ochaya.
Midfielders: Simon Mbaziira, Tom Masiko, Hakim Ssenkumba, Paul Mucureezi, Yasin Mugume, Michael Birungi, Martin Kizza, Ivan Ntege, Owen Kasule and Rogers Lukwiya
Forwards: Derrick Nsibambi, Herman Wasswa and William Wadri