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TransCanada Corporation has shut down a portion of the Keystone pipeline running through South Dakota, due to a leak, with no sign of a re-opening for several days. Meanwhile, protesters complain that the company was lax in informing the public.
TransCanada announced on Monday that it was investigating a possible spill near Freeman, South Dakota. Keystone customers were notified that the pipeline will remain shut while the investigation is underway.
An Indonesian passenger plane collided with another aircraft as it was taking off from Halim Perdanakusuma Airport in East Jakarta on Monday evening. Passengers and crew were evacuated, with no reports of casualties.
A database reportedly containing the personal information of nearly 50 million Turkish citizens, including that of the country’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, was posted online by a hacking group.
The database, which comprises 49,611,709 documents, was posted on the website of an Icelandic group that specializes in divulging leaks on Monday.
Hacktivists claim the leaked information uploaded in the 6.6 GB file includes the first and last names, parents’ names, national ID number, gender, place of birth, date of birth, full address, current city and district of those in the database.