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A statement from AirAsia said passengers were attended to by ground staff and "all necessary assistance" was being provided. The error made the plane turn the wrong way after it took off and cross the departure path of an adjacent runway. Upon inspection, it was revealed that one of two Rolls Royce Trent 700 engine had lost a turbine blade which caused the rotational imbalance. After the plane landed safely, everyone on board applauded the pilots.
  • Fed's Mester unmoved by weak US inflation

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    Asked what would dissuade her from backing another rate hike and the beginning of shedding bonds this year, she told reporters: "I'd have to see that there is really a sharp decline in demand. "Recent inflation data have surprised to the downside and call into question the idea that USA inflation is reliably returning toward target", Bullard said at an Illinois Bankers Association conference.
  • Macron seals large majority in final round of voting

    Macron seals large majority in final round of voting

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    French prime minister Edouard Philippe addressed the country. "We are the only force of resistance to the dilution of France , of its social model and its identity", Le Pen said, claiming the mainstream opposition parties were but "satellites" of the Macron power structure.
  • Van rams into worshippers at London mosque, 1killed

    Van rams into worshippers at London mosque, 1killed

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    Police are searching a residential address in Pentwyn, where Osborne is listed as living, in connection with the attack . Police will assess the security of mosques and provide any additional resources needed ahead of celebrations marking the end of the holy month of Ramadan, Prime Minister Theresa May announced.
  • Scandal-Ridden Uber CEO Travis Kalanick Forced To Resign!

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    People love the product itself, and they see companies like Uber as the future. Uber's board confirmed the move early Wednesday, saying in a statement that Kalanick is taking time to heal from the death of his mother in a boating accident "while giving the company room to fully embrace this new chapter in Uber's history".
  • First blood to the All Blacks

    First blood to the All Blacks

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    Williams also led attacking raids early in the second half which lifted the Lions and unsettled New Zealand until Ioane soothed their nerves with a try that gave the All Blacks a 20-8 lead. The All Blacks appeared rocked and Murray continued to test them with a number of high kicks but New Zealand gradually began to find their feet as Barrett drove them into action through a brilliant one-handed pick-up under pressure.
  • Mexico knock out Confederations Cup hosts Russia

    Mexico knock out Confederations Cup hosts Russia

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    New Zealand coach Anthony Hudson felt his side could return home with plenty to build on despite not being able to register a victory. "The team played their hearts out and I don't think anyone here tonight or in front of their television sets have any doubts about that".
  • Tanzania says 19 years of mining fraud cost 75 billion euros

    Tanzania says 19 years of mining fraud cost 75 billion euros

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    Findings from a second Presidential committee published this Monday upped the ante, alleging the FTSE 250 company was not being properly licensed to operate in the country and that the understating of its exports over several years had meant Acacia avoided "tens of billions of U.S.
  • What the Amazon-Whole Foods Deal Means for Your Grocery Bill

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    For those in the love-it camp, like Shea Stevens, these are anxious times. However, Amazon's $13.7 billion acquisition was a surprise to some. Wal-Mart was down 0.32 percent at $75. "I don't want that to change". Earlier this year, it opened a bookstore at the Time Warner Center. Mackey, who co-founded the company in 1980 in an unassuming Austin neighborhood down the street from an exterminator renowned for a bug sculpture that rotated atop its roof, has faced mounting pressure from ...
  • Hundreds of mourners attend Otto Warmbier's funeral

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    But the state-run Korean Central News Agency said Friday said that Warmbier was treated in accordance with domestic law. Last week, State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert denied that Rodman had anything to do with Warmbier's release, and when asked about his visit said , "We strongly, strongly suggest Americans not travel to North Korea ".
  • United States cites progress in resolving Qatar crisis

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    Violators face up to five years in jail and an unspecified fine. However, Desta said his country wanted no confrontation with Djibouti. Cavusoglu will meet with Qatar's officials and discuss the situation in the region. In his first interview regarding the crisis, Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker told CNN Money that the United States was exacerbating the problem after President Donald Trump endorsed the blockade.
  • Other Views: Bad day for the Democrats

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    Conservative strategist Frank Luntz took to Twitter to say "she represents everything swing voters dislike about D.C". Democrats invested millions in the costliest House race, but Republican Karen Handel beat Jon Ossoff on Tuesday. As they have in the past, Republicans have mocked Pelosi's leadership. Furious at their loss in yet another Trump-era special election, Democrats are calling for the head of.