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BA apologizes for delays caused by computer glitches

According to The Associated Press , British Airways has issued an apology to all travelers impacted by the delays associated with the computer failure, which is the airline's second check-in systems failure of the year. A DAA spokeswoman said three departing flights scheduled to London City were delayed by two hours, while another was cancelled with passengers transferred to another flight.


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Netanyahu: "Willing to meet with Abu Mazen at any place"

Shortly before the Bishop-Netanyahu meeting, Bishop had been sitting with Reuven Rivlin who said that he was "so very sorry" not to have kept plans to visit Australia six months ago, when he needed to head to Russian Federation instead. "[ Netanyahu] presented Israel's position whereby he is always ready to meet [Abbas] without preconditions and is therefore considering the Russian president's proposal and the timing for a possible meeting ", the statement reads, as cited by Reuters news ...


Brexit chief says United Kingdom gov't will not be rushed

Brexit chief says United Kingdom gov't will not be rushed

Mrs May was accused of backsliding on immigration by outgoing Ukip leader Nigel Farage after she dismissed proposals for an Australian-style system that was backed by Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, Brexit Secretary David Davis and International Trade Secretary Liam Fox in the European Union referendum campaign.



Colin Kaepernick has the best-selling jersey in the NFL

Obama predicted that, with time, Kaepernick would refine his thinking on the issues he has sought to protest and it may be that some of his critics might begin to see that he is right about some of his concerns about justice and equality, and that would serve to move the country forward.



Scottish leader calls for 'new conversation' on independence

It comes after Scotland voted largely in favour of remaining in the European Union, while much of England and Wales voted to leave. However, the SNP leader must take note of a recent YouGov poll for The Times. ANOTHER indy referendum is exactly what we don't need. For the Conservatives, Sturgeon said, the Government was "accidentally" triggering Brexit without a proper plan of what to do next.