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Qatar Airways Suffers ‘Substantial Loss'

Qatar Airways has experienced a "substantial" loss in its last financial year, as a direct consequence of the regional dispute that ended up banning the airline, according to its chief executive Akbar al-Baker.

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Bolivia Buys 1.8 Million Doses Of Flu Vaccine Following 12 Deaths

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LA PAZ -- Bolivian health authorities announced on Wednesday the purchase of 1.8 million doses of the influenza vaccine in response to the flu-related deaths of 12 people.

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Argentine Bakers Give Away 5 Tons Of Bread In Protest Against Rate Hikes

BUENOS AIRES--Bakers from the Argentine province of Buenos Aires gave out on Wednesday five tons of bread in a protest outside Congress against massive utility rates hikes.

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Accused Serial Rapist And Killer Undetected Working As Cop

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Joseph DeAngelo’s six-year career as a cop came swiftly to an end after being busted for shoplifting a can of dog repellant and a hammer from a Pay N’ Save store in a Sacramento suburb in 1979.

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Kim Jong Un Will Walk Across Border For Summit With Moon

SEOUL, South Korea — Seoul says North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon-Jae-in will plant a tree together and inspect an honor guard after Kim walks across the border for the leaders’ historic summit.

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Manchester Airport Terminal Partially Evacuated After 'Concerns Over Item In Security'

Part of Manchester Airport was evacuated after a laptop with ‘extra wiring’ inside aroused suspicion.

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Trump Lawyer Cohen Will Invoke 5th Amendment Rights In Stormy Daniels Case

Pic: ReutersPresident Donald Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen said on Wednesday he would assert his right under the U.S. Constitution to avoid self-incrimination in a lawsuit filed by adult-film star Stormy Daniels, who says she had an affair with Trump.

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Judge Rules New York City Bar Can Refuse Service To Trump Supporter Wearing MAGA Hat

A Manhattan judge ruled Wednesday that kicking a Trump supporter out of a bar does not violate the law – because the law does not protect against political discrimination.

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'Adversaries' Jamming Air Force Gunships In Syria, Special Ops General Says

The head of the U.S. military's Special Operations Command said Wednesday that Air Force gunships, needed to provide close air support for American commandos and U.S.-backed rebel fighters in Syria, were being "jammed" by "adversaries."

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Macron: It Doesn't Look Like Trump Will Stay In Iran Nuclear Deal

French President Emmanuel Macron believes US President Donald Trump is leaning towards getting the US out of the Iran nuclear deal. The US leader is not ready to go back on his pre-election promise, Macron told media.

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