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A pioneering new digital air traffic control system will enhance safety and improve resilience, setting a new standard for the global aviation industry to follow. An architectural drawing of the London City Airport's 50-metre digital tower. Aircraft will be directed around by controllers watching live footage in Hampshire after the current tower is decommissioned in 2019.
  • Trump slams probe into him as "single greatest witch hunt"

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    Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov is mocking US news reports suggesting President Donald Trump shared sensitive intelligence with him about terror threats involving laptops on airplanes. Trump's tweets signal his White House - or at least the man in charge - will try to resist Mueller's investigation, meaning the shadow of that probe will now hang over a White House in need of a morale boost.
  • Portugal win Eurovision for first time

    Portugal win Eurovision for first time

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    The UK's last win came in 1997 from the Katrina Leskanich-fronted Katrina And The Waves, who said Jones "absolutely smashed it" in a post on Twitter. It was the UK's highest placing since 2011, when Blue finished 11th with 100 points. Portugal returned after a years absence, and won over the viewers at home. Jamala continued to sing "unfazed", the broadcaster 1+1 TV said. The incident forced BBC commentator Graham Norton to apologise to United Kingdom viewers at home, telling them: "It's ...
  • Putin offers transcript to prove Trump did not pass Russia secrets

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    But the calls have taken on a new urgency this month after Mr. Trump first fired FBI Director James B. Comey, then faced reports that the president may have asked Mr. The New York Times has reviewed one of the subpoenas. While investors would cheer a tax cut, the White House and Republicans have their sights set higher.
  • Living standards 'squeeze' concerns raised as jobless total hits 42-year low

    Living standards 'squeeze' concerns raised as jobless total hits 42-year low

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    Real earnings are below their levels of 10 years ago and inflation looks set to hit 3 percent this year, pushed up by the pound's fall since the Brexit vote and the oil price rebound. "Our central expectation is that we do expect wages to pick up and real income growth to turn positive over the course of the next few years and that is during the period of leaving the European Union", said Bank of England Governor Mark Carney.
  • EC to announce EVM challenge schedule on Saturday

    EC to announce EVM challenge schedule on Saturday

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    He challenged EC and asked for just 90 seconds with EVM for fiddling. "Other machines will also be available". At the all-party meet, most of the parties said future elections should be held using EVMs provided they are attached to paper trail machines.
  • Gap shares climb after profit exceeds expectations

    Gap shares climb after profit exceeds expectations

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    Capstone Asset Management Co.'s holdings in Gap were worth $1,028,000 at the end of the most recent reporting period. Shares of Deutsche Bank AG (USA) (NYSE:DB) inclined 1.26% to $19.27. Stockholders of record on Wednesday, July 5th will be issued a $0.23 dividend. This represents a $0.92 annualized dividend and a yield of 3.74%. Gap Inc Del now has $9.23 billion valuation.
  • Ransomware cyber-attack threat escalating

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    National Security Agency, that leaked online in April. The ransomware, which has locked up over 200,000 computers in more than 150 countries, has been mainly spread by e-mail, and in China has hit schools and colleges, energy giant PetroChina's payment systems and local government.
  • Climate envoys meet in Bonn amid concern over USA stance

    Climate envoys meet in Bonn amid concern over USA stance

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    Many nations urged U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday to remain in the global agreement to combat climate change, even if he reduces the ambition of U.S. Insisting that the USA remain engaged and lead action when it comes to taking on climate change, the ad implores the Trump White House to "best exercise global leadership and advance US interests by remaining a full partner in this vital global effort".
  • Watch the White House turn into the Kremlin

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    In the picture, the famous cathedral's spires, which seemingly represent Russia's growing influence and presence in Washington, tower above the White House. The story could cause the president to sour on the prestigious magazine. Time also faced criticism for " likening Trump to Hitler". While Time magazine has gone after Trump before - showing him sitting in the White House during a storm in February and melting down in October 2016 - it also named him its 2016 Person of the Year.
  • McMaster: Intel Trump Shared With Russia 'Wholly Appropriate'

    McMaster: Intel Trump Shared With Russia 'Wholly Appropriate'

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    Trump tweeted early Tuesday that he had the " absolute right " to share "facts" with Russian Federation to fight terrorism and ensure airline safety. On January 12, Yediot Aharonot reported that United States officials had warned their Israeli counterparts to be cautious in sharing classified intelligence with the Trump administration, concerned that it could be leaked to Russian Federation and Iran .