When a Texas fishing boat capsizes, the search for the bodies continues

The fishing boat that capsized off the Texas coast Monday evening capsized while attempting to return to its port of entry, authorities said.

The U.S. Coast Guard said a fishing boat was fishing in the Gulf of Mexico at around 6:45 p.m. when it capsized.

It’s unclear how the boat was able to return.

The National Transportation Safety Board said the boat had not been in contact with air traffic controllers in the area when it went down.

The National Transportation safety board said the accident occurred when a fishing vessel capsized near the town of Aruba, Texas, on Monday.

The agency said a pilot and a crew member were injured.

No one was aboard the fishing boat, which is being examined by investigators.

It is unclear if the fishing vessel is still missing.

‘Bombshell’: FBI investigation finds Russian agents helped to plant fake bomb in banana plant

The FBI has discovered that Russian agents had access to a banana plant and planted a fake bomb inside it in a plot to attack the U.S. intelligence services, according to a criminal complaint unsealed Friday.

The complaint, unsealed in federal court in Alexandria, Va., describes a plot hatched by Russian intelligence to plant a fake explosive device on a banana plantation in South Africa, and then to deliver it to a local government.

The plot was developed in early 2017, the FBI said in a news release announcing the case.

The FBI alleges that a Russian intelligence officer in the U

‘Bait-and-Switch’ in Israel’s ‘Banned’ Fishing Area

On Saturday, Israeli authorities ordered a fishing boat to stop fishing in a section of the Balfour Bridge that connects Israel’s southern Negev Desert to the Mediterranean Sea.

The area is the only one of its size in the world that is not accessible to Palestinians, but fishermen have complained of harassment by Israeli authorities.

The area was recently re-opened by Israel after years of closure.

The fishing boats, some of which had been caught in the area, had to leave the area because of the closures.

“The area has been closed for over a year due to the closure of the bridge, and this time we had to stop the boat,” the fisherman, whose name has been withheld for security reasons, told The Jerusalem Report.

“I was fishing in the Bafalim river when they started to harass us.

I have not seen a single Palestinian fisherman since the closure began.””

The reason for the ban was the fishing boats that had come here from Gaza, who had been in the [Gaza] Strip.

The reason is that we have been fishing for five years and have not caught anything,” the man added.”

We have been trying to reach the area since April, and we have yet to find anything, not even a single fish.

It is so frustrating.

The fishermen have been harassed all their lives, and they are still not catching anything.”

The man, who was not identified for security concerns, was caught by Israeli Border Police officers while fishing in Balfur Bridge.

“The boat was confiscated and the Israeli police came and seized the fishing boat,” he said.

“We will appeal, but it is a difficult case because it was the first time I saw the Israelis.”

The fisherman’s frustration was shared by others, who said they were also harassed by the authorities, with Israeli authorities claiming that fishermen were “fishing on Palestinian land.”

“We are not the first to be harassed,” he added.

“Our boat was taken to a police station to get them to stop harassing us.

They said we were fishing on Palestinian territory, and now they want to punish us for that?”

The man was quoted by the Times of Israel as saying: “We were fishing with a few other fishermen, and one of the fishermen caught me.

They wanted to catch me with a net, and I had no choice but to let them catch me.”

A spokeswoman for the Ministry of Interior, which oversees the border, said: “The Ministry of the Interior does not have jurisdiction over fishermen who do not have permits to fish in this area.”