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Why United Airlines Was Allowed To Boot That Passenger

Why United Airlines Was Allowed To Boot That Passenger

United Airlines sought to quell the uproar over a man being dragged off a plane by announcing on Tuesday that it would no longer ask police to remove passengers from full flights and would compensate customers who were on the flight when the man was removed.



Good squad but pressure on Lions, says All Blacks coach Hansen

If there was heartache for Hartley, there was set to be uproar in Scotland. Today's Lions squad announcement left many disappointed. "They'll be expected to win this series, one of the best Lions team for a long, long time". The omissions were just as noteworthy, with England captain Dylan Hartley among the famous names not to be selected as well as fellow Six Nations winners Joe Launchbury and Mike Brown.


Canadian envoy downplaying talk of potential trade rift with the US

Canadian envoy downplaying talk of potential trade rift with the US

The United States is Canada's largest trading partner. Ottawa must stand up to U.S. President Donald Trump after his unexpected broadside at Canada's dairy farmers, says local Member of Parliament Gord Brown. But dairy industry leaders in Australia and New Zealand said on Wednesday they would support any move by the United States to draw the WTO into the trade dispute.


IMF Might Finance Greece's Bailout for One Year

IMF Might Finance Greece's Bailout for One Year

Members of the OPEC body of oil exporters, mostly from the region, agreed past year to reduce output by 1.2 million barrels per day from January 1 for six months, to support crude prices that had shed half of their value since mid-2014. "This improvement comes primarily from good economic news for Europe and Asia, and within Asia, notably for China and Japan", he said. The increase was the result of the vigorous growth of manufacturing and trade in Europe, Japan and China, the International ...


Syria's Assad still has chemical weapons, says Israel

Syria's Assad still has chemical weapons, says Israel

A combination image released by the US Department of Defense which they say shows the impact crater associated with an alleged April 4 , 2017 chemical weapons attack. Indeed, experts such as Jerry Smith who led the mission in Syria to clear Syria's chemical weapons, he recently stated - although again it didn't get much media attention in the West - that it is conceivable that ISIS and other groups have even sarin.