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Economia

Più fortunata una terza giovane, anche lei vestita con leggings: è stata imbarcata ma solo dopo essere stata invitata a legarsi un maglione in vita. "Abbiamo a cuore il modo in cui ci presentiamo a voi, i nostri clienti, in quanto riteniamo che sia parte dell'esperienza a bordo dei nostri voli" scrive la compagnia, "Uno dei vantaggi di lavorare per una compagnia aerea è che i nostri dipendenti possono viaggiare per il mondo".
  • GOP health care bill fails: Where from here?

    Economia

    It could be the difference between whether or not Trump can deliver on one of the biggest promises of his campaign. House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi reflected the emotion behind the bill, saying it included "higher premiums, less coverage, essential benefits gutted, aged tax, veteran's tax, steals from Medicare - off of this to give a tax break to the richest people in America".
  • Republicans at war over Trump's healthcare bill

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    Here's a look at what happened in the 24 hours before the bill was killed. "I promised my constituents that I would repeal Obamacare and that is what I intend to do", Palazzo said in a statement . "That will be next", Trump said at the White House Friday after Republicans withdrew legislation to replace the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare.
  • US Senate votes to overturn online privacy laws

    US Senate votes to overturn online privacy laws

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    The vote can profit internet service companies like Google, Facebook, Verizon, and AT&T. Under the rules set by the Federal Communications Commission (FFC) last October, service providers were required to ask for customers' permission to collect their personal information.
  • Out-of-control escalator injures 18 shoppers

    Out-of-control escalator injures 18 shoppers

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    It was acting as an "up" escalator Saturday afternoon when what officials believe was a malfunction instantly turned it into a "down" escalator. Witnesses confirmed the 14 women and four men who were injured lost their balance and rolled down the escalator.
  • Third Airbus plane purchased by Iran lands in Tehran

    Third Airbus plane purchased by Iran lands in Tehran

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    The third newly-purchased Airbus aircraft which is set to be delivered to Iran today had a delay in its delivery according to the schedule due to banking restrictions as quoted by IRIB from Paris. The plane, which has 32 business class and 206 economy class seats, is suitable for long-distance flights. Iran Air is also expected to finalize an accord with European manufacturer ATR to purchase 20 turboprops.
  • Unions say no to Alitalia plan, call strike

    Unions say no to Alitalia plan, call strike

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    Nino Cortorillo of the Filt-Cigl union came out of a meeting Friday with management at Rome's Fiumicino Airport saying workers would strike to protest plans to lay off more than 2,000 ground personnel and slash the salaries of flight personnel by 25 to 35 percent.
  • Harbor Freight Tools offering refunds in class action suit case

    Harbor Freight Tools offering refunds in class action suit case

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    The class-action suit accused the company of using misleading sale prices. Harbor Freight allegedly advertised merchandise at a "sale" or "compare at" prices, but the goods were never sold at a higher price. Purchases made at Harbor Freight that are not recorded in a statement or itemized receipt are eligible for harbor freight gift cards. In order to receive payment, you must complete the claim form and mail it or submit it online no later than August 7, 2017.
  • The Arab Airlines Using Trump's Bans for Marketing

    The Arab Airlines Using Trump's Bans for Marketing

    Economia

    The security level is so high compared to other airports in the rest of this part of the world. Another said the bans disrespect people and amounts to discrimination. However, experts and technologists have been critical of the measure, saying it contradicts with the basic computer science. Passengers will still be allowed to bring their cell phones on board, but virtually any other electronic device must be in checked luggage.
  • Floyd Mayweather set to fight McGregor on June 10

    Floyd Mayweather set to fight McGregor on June 10

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    The boxing superstar, although worth a reported $US650 million, has been mocked for his nickname, with Bisping claiming he isn't as rich as he says he is. Mayweather is undefeated in 49 fights, while McGregor has notched up 21 victories, with just three defeats along the way. "We do not have time to lose, we'll do this shit soon, in June".
  • Egypt Resumes Meat Importation From Brazil

    Egypt Resumes Meat Importation From Brazil

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    A Commission spokesman said on Friday that experts counted on a swift reaction from Brazilian authorities and that control of imports was now "paramount". The companies have denied the allegations. He said his ministry would continue to monitor the meat imports from that country more closely. Brazilian beef exports to Saudi Arabia in the first 10 months of 2016 totaled nearly 24,000 tons, according to a study by Meat and Livestock Australia, a research service quoted by Reuters.
  • Emirates defends security by allowing laptops not to be checked in

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    Turkish Airlines said the devices given would then be tagged at the gate for "safe and secure transportation", placed in a special area in the cargo hold of the aircraft and returned to their owners upon arrival at the destination. Travelling to or from other countries is not affected, although it is not clear how an unaffected flight with a layover in an affected airport might be handled.