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Jazeera Airways modifies bank financing needs for Airbus deal to $1…

By Ahmed Hagagy KUWAIT, Feb 7 (Reuters) – Kuwaiti low-cost carrier Jazeera Airways aims to secure $1 billion from banks to help finance the purchase of new Airbus aircraft, its chairman said on Tuesday, half the amount it had initially planned to seek. The airline placed a multi-billion dollar order with Airbus for 28 single… Continue reading Jazeera Airways modifies bank financing needs for Airbus deal to $1…

Argentine customs agents seize $120,00 worth of currency

A massive collection of coins and bills, including a stash that was used in Nazi camps, EvDEN eVE NakLiyAt was confiscated from a couple in Argentina. The bust was made Wednesday when the owner of a vehicle and his wife were approached for a routine inspection after they arrived on a ferry from Colonia, Uruguay,… Continue reading Argentine customs agents seize $120,00 worth of currency

College student's leg amputated and skull crushed in train accident

A Boston College student, 20, who lost her footing and eVdEN EVE NaKliyAT was dragged underneath a moving train suffered multiple injuries in what her father has called a ‘preventable’ accident. Ava Harlow is undergoing treatment at Brigham and Women’s Hospital after she suffered a fractured skull, crushed pelvis, broken arms, cuts to her face,… Continue reading College student's leg amputated and skull crushed in train accident

NHL roundup: Panthers rally late, nip Bruins in OT

Aleksander Barkov tied the game with 2.4 seconds remaining in regulation, then recorded his 600th career point by assisting on Sam Reinhart’s goal 17 seconds into overtime as the Florida Panthers stunned the Boston Bruins with a 4-3 victory on Saturday night in Sunrise, Fla. After David Pastrnak whipped a drive by Florida netminder Alex… Continue reading NHL roundup: Panthers rally late, nip Bruins in OT

Lawsuits pile up as U.S. parents take on social media giants

As concern grows over social media, U.S.lawsuits stack up * Surge in mental health problems worst among girls * Lawyers zone in on algorithm designs, whistleblower leaks * Others see platforms as scapegoat for society’s woes By Avi Asher-Schapiro LOS ANGELES, Feb 8 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – At about the time her daughter reached the… Continue reading Lawsuits pile up as U.S. parents take on social media giants

When Teagan Richards shared a snap of her $25 Kmart hack to a

When Teagan Richards shared a snap of her $25 Kmart hack to a group she never expected to reach so many grateful parents. The mum-of-three’s youngest son Logan, seven months, was diagnosed with life-threatening disease cystic fibrosis and recently needed to be fed through a feeding tube. She posted a photo of herself using the… Continue reading When Teagan Richards shared a snap of her $25 Kmart hack to a

Mexico border prison break: Cartel leader among 30 inmates on the run

Thirty prisoners, including the leader of a feared cartel’s assassin squad serving a 224-year sentence, are still on the run after a deadly New Year’s Day prison break near the US border. Security forces continue to search the region surrounding Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, for those who escaped in an attack that left 19 people dead.… Continue reading Mexico border prison break: Cartel leader among 30 inmates on the run

Airline Flybe has

Airline Flybe has , leaving 75,000 passengers facing uncertainty about how how to get refunds or EVden EVE NakLiYAt replacement flights. Flybe was a small-scale airline with eight planes flying 21 routes to 17 destinations across the UK and Europe.   But the firm said it had gone into administration in a shock announcement over the… Continue reading Airline Flybe has

An interpreter tried to persuade doctors at a

An interpreter tried to persuade doctors at a hospital to approve an illegal kidney transplant for the daughter of a wealthy Nigerian politician, who it is claimed plotted to transport a street trader to the UK to harvest the organ, a court has heard.  Evelyn ‘Ebere’ Agbasonu allegedly asked for payment of £1,500 to help… Continue reading An interpreter tried to persuade doctors at a

Lawsuits pile up as U.S. parents take on social media giants

As concern grows over social media, U.S.lawsuits stack up * Surge in mental health problems worst among girls * Lawyers zone in on algorithm designs, whistleblower leaks * Others see platforms as scapegoat for society’s woes By Avi Asher-Schapiro LOS ANGELES, Feb 8 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – At about the time her daughter reached the… Continue reading Lawsuits pile up as U.S. parents take on social media giants