United won’t fire anyone over manhandled passenger

18 Apr

United’s widely-condemned violent removal of a passenger from a flight was a “system failure” and no employees will lose their jobs as a result, United Continental chief Oscar Munoz said Tuesday.”It was a system failure across various areas, so there w…

US-backed Syria forces set up post-IS Raqa council

18 Apr

The US-backed Kurdish-Arab force leading the fight for the Islamic State group’s Syrian bastion Raqa announced Tuesday the creation of a “civilian council” to administer the city after its capture.”The civilian council of Raqa will be charged with admi…

Alitalia workers to vote on rescue deal

18 Apr

Alitalia workers will begin voting this week on a high-stakes restructuring deal drawn up by management and unions to save the ailing carrier, a trade union source said Tuesday.The company’s estimated 12,500 employees cast their ballots from dawn Thurs…

Air Choice One Announces Partnership with St. Louis Marketing Firm

18 Apr

Air Choice One, a St. Louis based airline serving ten markets throughout the Midwest and the South, continues to grow its current markets and expand into new communities. To further spark and support this growth, Air Choice One has hired a St.

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Qatari official hits out at FIFA ban

18 Apr

A senior Qatari official who recently overturned a one-year FIFA ban said on Tuesday the case against him was “political” and may stand again for the all-powerful FIFA Council.Saoud Al-Mohannadi, the Qatar Football Association’s vice-president, was mak…

Folk Music of the 1960s with the Western Lands Trio

18 Apr

The Western Lands Trio have a carefully crafted program of folk music from the 60s, and will add bits of history and anecdotes that make the event lively and fun. At the Oliver Wolcott Library on Thursday, May 11, 2017 from 7:00- 8:00 p.m.

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Egypt arrests church bombings suspect

18 Apr

Egyptian police on Tuesday arrested a man wanted for alleged involvement in twin church bombings this month claimed by the Islamic State group, an official said.Acting on a tip-off, police arrested Ali Mahmoud Mohamed Hassan, one of 19 suspects whose n…

Djokovic through in Monte Carlo after Simon scare

18 Apr

Novak Djokovic was made to sweat before struggling to victory 6-3, 3-6, 7-5 against Gilles Simon at Monte Carlo on Tuesday in his first clay court match of the season.”It was a very difficult match, with many changes of momentum,” the world number two …

Barca will need five to beat Juventus – Luis Enrique

18 Apr

Barcelona will need to hit at least five goals past Juventus on Wednesday to produce another miracle Champions League comeback, but have nothing to lose according to outgoing coach Luis Enrique.The Catalans made Champions League history by overcoming a…

Farah doctor to brief UK lawmakers in drugs probe

18 Apr

The doctor who gave athletics great Mo Farah a controversial supplement is to appear before British lawmakers on Wednesday as part of an ongoing inquiry into doping in sport.Dr Robin Chakraverty, formerly of UK Athletics, is to give evidence to the Hou…

Small Business Growth With Palm Beach Software Design

18 Apr

Many businesses lack the ability to put together a high quality tech project. There either isn’t the right expertise within the firm, or simply isn’t enough hours in the day after working on your own daily business operations.

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Space debris problem getting worse, say scientists

18 Apr

Scientists sounded the alarm Tuesday over the problems posed to space missions from orbital junk — the accumulating debris from mankind’s six-decade exploration of the cosmos.In less than a quarter of a century, the number of orbiting fragments large …

Trump blames Obama for formation of MS-13 crime gang

18 Apr

President Donald Trump on Tuesday blamed — without proof — his predecessor Barack Obama for allowing the MS-13 criminal gang to take root in US cities.The MS-13, also known as the Mara Salvatrucha, is one of the criminal groups behind a wave of viole…

Latin America powers warn against Venezuela violence

18 Apr

Latin American powers warned against the risk of violence in Venezuela as it braces for big protests on Wednesday in a deadly political and economic crisis.Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos expressed “serious concern” about the Venezuelan army’s …

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