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He said United had to "re-accommodate" the man, who was bloodied in the encounter with security officials. The CEO of Delta Air Lines called overbooking "a valid business process". He described the man as "disruptive and belligerent". "If they had gone to $1,000, $2,000, whatever it would have taken, people would have raised their hands", said Neeleman, now CEO of the Brazilian airline Azul.
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    The police said earlier that Stephens may already have left OH and asked residents of Pennsylvania, New York, Indiana and MI to be on alert. "What happened today was senseless", Cleveland police chief Calvin Williams said. He said Stephens had no criminal record and that there are GoFundMe accounts related to the death of Godwin that are not associated with Godwin's family.
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    Data on Friday showed US retail sales fell for a second straight month in March and consumer prices dropped for the first time in just over a year. That dwarfed any relief for market players after the U.S. The yellow metal gave up some gains as the United States dollar rebounded against the yen from a five-month low of 108.11 hit earlier in the day. U.S.
  • Cleveland police seek man they say broadcast killing on Facebook

    Cleveland police seek man they say broadcast killing on Facebook

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    The chief also said investigators have been talking with family members and friends of Stephens, who is employed at Beech Brook, a behavioral health agency headquartered in Pepper Pike, near Cleveland. Police have not verified that claim. He was last seen wearing a dark-blue-and-gray or -black striped polo, and driving a white Ford Fusion with temporary license plates.
  • North Korea vows further missile tests

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    The North conducted two nuclear tests and 24 ballistic missile tests last year, defying six Security Council sanctions resolutions banning any testing, and it has conducted additional missile tests this year including one this past weekend that failed.
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  • Erdogan Says Monitors Questioning Turkey's Vote Should 'Know Their Place'

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    In Istanbul , hundreds of demonstrators opposed to the amendments marched in a central neighbourhood late on Sunday, clanging pots and pans and chanting: "This is just the beginning, the struggle will continue". "The two leaders agreed that [Syrian President] Bashar al-Assad should be held accountable for the actions he has taken", added a statement from Erdogan's office, in a Washington Post report .
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    The high-profile failure came as the country tried to show off its military and nuclear capabilities on the day of the birth anniversary of North Korea's late founder, as a USA aircraft carrier reached near Korean Peninsula . Beijing has strenuously opposed THAAD, arguing it could hurt its strategic security interests. "North Korea is a liability to everybody and it's a threat not just to the United States, not just to South Korea, not just to Japan , not just to Russian Federation, but ...