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Ryanair report increase profits

Ryanair report increase profits

The Irish airline, which is Europe's biggest budget carrier, has reported a 6 per cent rise in profits to €1.316bn. "We reacted to these challenges by improving our customer experience, and stimulating growth with lower fares", he said, adding that fares fell 13% to an average of €41. Read More

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Trump Tells Allies He Plans to Remove US From Paris Climate Agreement

Trump's National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster refused to talk about the allegations, but said that generally speaking, "we have back-channel communication with a number of countries". Flynn remains under federal investigation in Virginia over his foreign business ties. Kushner has expressed a willingness to testify about his meetings with Russian officials including the ambassador to the US, Sergey Kislyak. Read More

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Unaffordable health care for many

Unaffordable health care for many

The Republican majority in the House passed the bill without a single Democratic vote earlier this month, just as an earlier Congress passed Obamacare without Republican votes. While much of the focus has been on how it would affect premiums and treat Americans with pre-existing conditions , the GOP bill also would cut $880 billion from Medicaid, Casey pointed out. Read More

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Ariana Grande says she will return to Manchester for benefit concert

Ariana Grande says she will return to Manchester for benefit concert

Ariana Grande , shown performing in 2015, announced Friday that she will host a benefit concert in Manchester , England, for the victims of this week's bombing attack. "However, I extend my hand and heart and everything I possibly can give to you and yours, should you want or need my help in any way". The terror attack took place outside the Manchester Arena on Monday, shortly after Grande's concert there had ended, when a suicide bomber detonated an explosive device. Read More

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Macron explains his tense handshake with Trump

Macron explains his tense handshake with Trump

Emmanuel Macron out-shakes Donald Trump in a handshake duel at a Nato Summit in Brussels . Holding onto USA president's hand showed he won't make even small concessions, French leader explains. Last week, we reported on the epic six-second showdown that took place between Trump and Macron, in which Macron came out on top, holding on tight and giving Trump a final not-so-friendly squeeze. Read More

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Trump on Kushner: 'I have total confidence in him'

National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster told reporters in an off-camera news conference that he does not find backchannel communications with Russian Federation problematic. Several Democrats, including Sen. These are questions we don't have answers to, and Schiff feels they need to be looked into. He says the government needs to "get to the bottom" of the allegations, and if they are true, "there's no way" Kushner should keep his security clearance. Read More

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Cloud Computing pulls surprise to win Preakness

The 13-1 long shot was 1 of 5 new horses in the race that did not run in the Kentucky Derby 2 weeks ago. "We haven't ruled it out", Brown said of the final leg of racing's Triple Crown . Casse said he would look "for the same thing we always look for" when making sure that the Belmont is the correct target for Classic Empire's next race. Read More

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Trump shoves fellow North Atlantic Treaty Organisation leader aside on his first summit

But one senior diplomat said Trump, who left the leaders' dinner before it ended to fly to Italy for Friday's Group of Seven summit, said the remarks did not go down well at all. Last year, only five of the 28 countries met the 2 percent goal: the U.S., Greece, Britain, Estonia and Poland. "The leaders of the Middle East have agreed at this unprecedented meeting to stop funding the radical ideology that leads to this awful terrorism all over the globe", Trump said. Read More

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Day war begets 50 years of conflict for Israel

Day war begets 50 years of conflict for Israel

At the protest, leaders of the Israeli left lambasted the country's right-wing government and its policies and called for new, bold leadership that would take steps towards peace. In the paper, which summarizes the diplomatic work the Palestinian Authority (PA) has conducted since Trump entered office, Saeb Erekat, head of the Palestine Liberation Organization's (PLO) executive committee and chief PA negotiator, wrote that the Palestinians have failed to influence the U.S. Read More

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Alabama Inmate Tommy Arthur Executed

But Prison Commissioner Jeff Dunn said the execution beat the legal deadline since it started before midnight, and it went off without any of the hitches that have marred other lethal injections in Alabama and elsewhere. They argue the inmate could feel pain because the drug isn't effective. Arthur has spent 34 years on death row as part of Alabama's appeals process . Read More

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'America First': Trump pushes Montenegro PM aside, rebukes North Atlantic Treaty Organisation members

Trump then stood near Markovic and spoke to Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite. The video that captured a lot of social media attention shows Trump grasping Markovic's right arm and pushing him away. The former Yugoslav republic is pegged to become NATO's 29th member next month. European Council President Donald Tusk admitted on Thursday that the bloc is still at odds with the United States over issues like climate, trade and Russian Federation. Read More

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Veterans remembered at New Bern National Cemetery

After the hour-long ceremony, many families ventured off toward the grave of their loved one lost. "It is a focal point, it's on the main street of town and also by the Lincoln Highway, so anybody coming through can see it, and visualize it, and see the support that we do show our veterans", said John Grothouse, president of the Delphos Veterans Council. Read More

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Sri Lanka monsoon toll climbs to 164

The monsoon rains are the the worst to hit Sri Lanka since 2003. Foreign Minister Ravi Karunanayake said , adding that he expected two ships full of relief supplies from India to help meet the need. Some 471,000 people remain displaced while over 75,000 people are now being housed in over 330 temporary relief accommodation. The government deployed 2,000 military personnel in the affected areas . Read More

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The UK threat level has been reduced from 'critical' to 'severe'

The UK threat level has been reduced from 'critical' to 'severe'

The Joint Terrorism Analysis Center had increased the level to "critical" - meaning an attack is imminent - after Monday's suicide bombing that killed 22 people at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester . "They have made excellent progress with this investigation and, on behalf of the people of Greater Manchester, I would like to thank them for the incredible service they have given". Read More

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Australia plans to ban pedophiles from traveling overseas

Australia plans to ban pedophiles from traveling overseas

Ms. Bishop explained that the government intends to penalise any convicted paedophile who leaves the country without permission from competent authorities and can have their passports cancelled. Independent Senator Derryn Hinch , who was molested as a child and was jailed twice as a radio broadcaster for naming pedophiles in contravention of court orders, took credit for the government initiative. Read More

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Israel Celebrates 50 Years Since Conquering Jerusalem

Israel Celebrates 50 Years Since Conquering Jerusalem

Iran, on the other hand, slammed Trump's visit to Saudi Arabia as a "theatrical gathering" that would not effectively fight terrorism in the Middle East . It was a wise move and a positive thing that had a strategic element to it - understanding that there are limits to how far you can go without addressing the Israeli-Palestinian relationship". Read More

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Kayaker attacked by great white shark

In the end, there was no harm and no foul, but being in the water, hoping and praying that the shark wouldn't end it all is something Correiar will never forget. Correiar swam away from the boat - and shark - toward the shore, where a bystander filmed the episode. Then, out of nowhere, a small sailboat appeared in Correiar's line of sight. Read More

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European allies see the two sides of Trump

European allies see the two sides of Trump

Trump also understands that Germany is bound by the rules of the European Union and could not unilaterally change its trade policies, Cohn said . To all of humanity and together we will overcome this threat. Other leaders of the Group of Seven nations had viewed with trepidation their summit, held at a cliff-top hotel overlooking the Mediterranean, after four preparatory meetings failed to clear up differences with the Trump administration on trade, how to deal with Russian Federation and ... Read More

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Former Panama dictator Manuel Noriega dies at 83

Noriega closes a chapter in our history". The former general ruled Panama from 1983 to 1989 until USA forces invaded and removed him from power. With the knowledge of U.S. He died at 11 p.m. local time. Widely reviled when he was Panama's de facto leader from 1983 until 1989, his small cadre of remaining supporters had kept a low profile and even bitter opponents dismissed Noriega as part of a distant, shadowy past. Read More

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Donald Trump's first foreign tour: his most awkward moments

Donald Trump's first foreign tour: his most awkward moments

The week after Trump's victory, I wrote , "Despite my extreme reservations, I'm rooting for the Trump administration... I hope I have reason to vote for Trump in 2020". Those expecting miracles of Mr Trump are going to be disappointed. During his campaign, Mr. Trump, addressing the American-Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), vowed to move the U.S embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem , a controversial plan that would imply recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital. Read More

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Police make fresh arrest over Manchester bombing

Of the 15 arrests thus far, two men have been released without charges and 13 others remain in custody on suspicion of terror offenses. He returned to the United Kingdom from Libya just days before exploding a homemade bomb packed with metal bolts and screws, carried in a rucksack, murdering 22 people after the Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena on Monday 22 May. Read More

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Iraqi forces launch operation to capture last IS-held enclave in Mosul

Sha'aban Nasiri, a former major-general in Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, was killed in battle near Mosul , Joint Operation Command spokesman Col. He said the offensive targets the districts of Al-Shifa, Al-Mostashfa Al-Jomhuri, Zinjili and Al-Sehha Al-Oula in the city's western half. In February, Iraqi forces closely backed by the USA -led coalition launched the operation for western Mosul , initially planning to clear it of IS fighters south-to-north. Read More

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