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Ryanair flight makes emergency landing in Germany

Ryanair flight makes emergency landing in Germany

The uninjured had some cause to complain, however, as German authorities struggled to find accommodation for them, meaning an uncomfortable night's sleep on "military style camp beds" with no blankets...

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Coupon dispute prompts white CVS manager to call police on black woman

Coupon dispute prompts white CVS manager to call police on black woman

Our Region Director in Chicago contacted Ms. Hudson as soon as we were made aware of this incident. USA Today received a statement from CVS Health apologizing to Hudson and saying Matson and...

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Farnborough 2018: Boeing, Airbus rack up orders as giant airshow opens

Farnborough 2018: Boeing, Airbus rack up orders as giant airshow opens

After Prime Minister Theresa May unveiled more conciliatory proposals last week for Britain to retain strong trading ties with the European Union after Brexit , Enders however said that the gov...

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Jeff Bezos, Amazon Founder, Becomes Richest Person In Modern History

Jeff Bezos, Amazon Founder, Becomes Richest Person In Modern History

Jeff Bezos , founder of Amazon, American electronic commerce and cloud computing company based in Seattle, Washington has reached a net worth of $150 billion. Amazon shares slipped below $1,800 in ...

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Oregon State University Suspends Relations With Papa John's

Oregon State University Suspends Relations With Papa John's

Oregon State Vice President and Director of Athletics Scott Barnes said Schnatter's comments are not reflective of the university's values and the inclusive environment the school strives to offer. ...

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Netflix's share price slumps 14 per cent after disappointing second quarter

It marked the first time in a more than a year that Netflix had not exceeded its subscriber growth projections. The Netflix logo is pictured on a television in this illustration photograph taken in ...

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Commerce Lifts Ban on U.S. Suppliers Selling to Chinese Firm ZTE

Commerce Lifts Ban on U.S. Suppliers Selling to Chinese Firm ZTE

In an agreement struck last month, Washington agreed to lift the export ban if ZTE paid an additional United States dollars 1 billion fine - beyond the USD 892 million penalty imposed in 2017. Most ...

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Apple launches new clean energy fund in China

Apple launches new clean energy fund in China

The fund will invest in and develop clean energy projects totalling more than 1 gigawatt of renewable energy in China, the equivalent of powering almost 1 million homes. The fund forms part of a c...

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China's June crude imports at 6-mth low as

China's June crude imports at 6-mth low as

The trade conflict between Beijing and Washington is already boosting grain and oilseed exports from the Black Sea region, where major sellers including Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan are looking to...

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Everything you need to know about Australia's first Amazon Prime Day

Everything you need to know about Australia's first Amazon Prime Day

Amazon has set up Prime Day VR booths in Dehli, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore, and Chennai. Sanyo TVs are going out at nearly half the original price and those from BPL at 40%. Customers will be able t...

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Musk, Insisting He Helped In Thai Cave Rescue, Calls Rescuer A 'Pedo'

Musk, Insisting He Helped In Thai Cave Rescue, Calls Rescuer A 'Pedo'

Musk was responding to criticism from British caver Vernon Unsworth , who told CNN that Musk "can stick his submarine where it hurts". This set Musk on a Twitter rampage - which have beco...

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Cheese's announces pay your age day on Friday, July 13

Cheese's announces pay your age day on Friday, July 13

At the Build-A-Bear store in Chapelfield, Norwich, customers queued for five hours and the unexpected crowds forced the shop to close early. Customers across the United Kingdom are being offered £...

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Build-A-Bear Workshop announces ‘Pay Your Age Day’

Build-A-Bear Workshop announces ‘Pay Your Age Day’

Three Build-a-Bear stores have been closed due to "safety concerns" . Build-A-Bear Bonus Club members in the US and Canada can also obtain a voucher by logging into their account by midnight on July ...

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Ryanair's Ireland-based pilots announce additional strikes

Affected will be trips to the United Kingdom, but all flights to Europe will be on schedule. The comments came after a number of the company's pilots took part in a 24-hour strike over their conditi...

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'NATO Is Much Stronger Now': Trump Claims Victory After Contentious Summit

'NATO Is Much Stronger Now': Trump Claims Victory After Contentious Summit

As to whether he could unilaterally pull the US out of the alliance without congressional approval, Trump said , "I think I probably can, but that's not necessary". Mr Trump also warned the European ...

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European Union negotiator Michel Barnier warns his Brexit red lines have NOT shifted

European Union negotiator Michel Barnier warns his Brexit red lines have NOT shifted

In an interview with The Sun newspaper, published on Friday morning, Mr Trump said Ms May's plans for a business-friendly Brexit would leave it too close to the European Union to allow a new trans-...

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Comcast fires new salvo in £26bn battle for Sky

Comcast fires new salvo in £26bn battle for Sky

But it comes after the takeover saga stepped up a gear as Comcast increased its offer for Sky to £26 billion, just hours after Fox hiked its bid to £24.5 billion. According to some shareholders, tha...

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Twitter outrage - who is buying frozen rice?

Twitter outrage - who is buying frozen rice?

The nine products that have been recalled over listeria concerns. ALDI: Only products with country of origin of Belgium, United Kingdom or Hungary, all other countries not affected. Listeria ba...

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U.S. fires next shot in China trade war

U.S. fires next shot in China trade war

Beijing's Commerce Ministry called the new tariff list "totally unacceptable" and says China would impose countermeasures and file a lawsuit at the World Trade Organisation. "If you are Trump, you ba...

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China trade battle kicks off; markets take it in stride

China trade battle kicks off; markets take it in stride

Previously, Trump had threatened up to impose additional tariffs on goods worth $400 billion should China follow through on its plans to retaliate against the initial US tariffs on Chinese goods inclu...

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US May List Tariffs On $200 Billion More Chinese Products

US May List Tariffs On $200 Billion More Chinese Products

The tariff list could be released as soon as Tuesday, and likely this week, the report said. The Trump administration is readying tariffs on another $200 billion USA in Chinese imports, ranging from...

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How the higher unemployment rate is actually a good sign

The growing optimism that people can find work suggested that the 9-year old US economic expansion - the second-longest on record - has the momentum to keep chugging along. With upward revisions to th...

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Police move in to remove pipeline protestors from Ironworkers bridge

Police move in to remove pipeline protestors from Ironworkers bridge

He said in addition to stopping the tanker traffic, the protest is meant to call attention to the date of July 22, when the Canadian government's deal to buy the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion pro...

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ZTE appoints new CEO

ZTE appoints new CEO

ZTE Corp. has replaced its entire executive team as the company scrambles to comply with the conditions of a deal that will allow it to regain access to USA technology. A bipartisan push in Congress t...

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Philadelphia Starbucks employee fired after allegedly mocking customer's stutter

Philadelphia Starbucks employee fired after allegedly mocking customer's stutter

The coffee chain says the behaviour did not reflect the experience customers should have and the employee is no longer with Starbucks . Sam's friend, Tan Lekwijit , initially posted a complaint ...

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World powers back Iran oil exports despite U.S. sanctions threat

World powers back Iran oil exports despite U.S. sanctions threat

Rouhani called for a transparent operational program with a specific timetable to compensate for the United States' withdrawal from the agreement. The Iranian president described as disappointing ...

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Carney hints at August rate rise as United Kingdom economy rebounds

Carney hints at August rate rise as United Kingdom economy rebounds

Last month investors were surprised when three out of nine BoE rate-setters, more than expected, voted for an immediate rise in rates, boosting the chances of an increase in August. "There are some te...

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Sonos files to go public as it amps up its speaker game

Sonos files to go public as it amps up its speaker game

Sonos said as of March 31, its customers had registered more than 19 million products in about 7 million households around the world. The company is on track to surpass $1 billion in sales this fisc...

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Micron sees just 1 percent hit on revenue from China ban

Micron sees just 1 percent hit on revenue from China ban

The court in China ordered Micron chips to be halted from being imported or sold in the largest economy in Asia, said sources at the court. The verdict bars Micron from selling 26 NAND and DRAM re...

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Oil near 3.5-year high despite Trump's beef with Opec

Oil near 3.5-year high despite Trump's beef with Opec

In the same time, European Union pledged to buy 1m bpd from Iran defying Trump and its parliament allowed to the European Union investment bank to work in Iran a day before the market waiting of i...

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