Air France could ‘disappear’ as more strikes begin

Air France could ‘disappear’ as more strikes begin

Image copyright AFP Image caption Jean-Marc Janaillac tendered his resignation after staff at the airline rejected a new pay deal. The survival of strike-hit Air France is in the balance, according to the country’s economy minister. Bruno Le Maire’s warning...
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Stormy Daniels’ attorney calls statements from Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani an ‘unmitigated disaster’

Stormy Daniels’ attorney calls statements from Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani an ‘unmitigated disaster’

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Rudy Giuliani says Donald Trump could take the Fifth in Russia Russia investigation

Rudy Giuliani says Donald Trump could take the Fifth in Russia Russia investigation

President Donald Trump’s new attorney, Rudy Giuliani, won’t rule out the possibility that the president would assert his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination in the swirling Russia investigation. “How could I ever be confident of that?” the...
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Afghanistan: At least 17 killed in Khost mosque blast

Afghanistan: At least 17 killed in Khost mosque blast

Image copyright AFP Image caption The wounded were rushed to hospital after the blast At least 17 people have been killed and 37 wounded in an explosion at a mosque in the Afghan province of Khost, local officials say. People...
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Polls close as Lebanon votes in general election after nine years

Polls close as Lebanon votes in general election after nine years

Beirut, Lebanon – Voting wound down in Lebanon‘s first parliamentary election in nearly a decade after perpetual delays stymied the country’s ability to resolve its most pressing issues. Sunday’s vote saw 583 candidates, including a r...
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UK-EU customs partnership ‘still on table’

UK-EU customs partnership ‘still on table’

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionWhat is the EU customs union? A new “customs partnership” with the EU – which is fiercely opposed by some Tory Brexiteers – is still on the table, the business secretary says....
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Lebanon elections: New electoral law draws concern

Lebanon elections: New electoral law draws concern

Lebanon is holding its first parliamentary elections in nine years. Thousands of ballot boxes are being distributed across 15 electoral districts. But with the country still divided along sectarian lines, there’s little hope a new electoral system will b...
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Jamie Acourt accepts extradition from Spain

Jamie Acourt accepts extradition from Spain

Image copyright NCA Image caption Jamie Acourt, pictured in police custody in Spain, was last seen in the UK in February 2016 UK fugitive Jamie Acourt will not challenge his extradition from Spain after being arrested over alleged drug offences,...
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India police arrest main suspect after teen raped and burned alive

India police arrest main suspect after teen raped and burned alive

Image copyright AFP Image caption Relatives of the 16-year-old mourn in the village of Raja Kendua Indian police say they have arrested the main suspect in an alleged gang-rape and murder of a teenage girl. Dhanu Bhuiyan and his accomplices...
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‘They’re bloody good human beings and I love them dearly’

‘They’re bloody good human beings and I love them dearly’

4:28 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Darren Lehmann, the former Australia coach, keeps in touch with and worries about the trio of players banned for ball tampering. Former captain Steven Smith, former vice-captain David Warner and batsman Cameron Bancroft are &#8220...
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