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Bird crashes into Kuwait Airways' cockpit window

A Mumbai-bound Kuwait Airways flight was forced to return to Kuwait Airport after a bird crashed into the plane’s cockpit window, a report said. According to a statement released by the airline, Flight KU301 made a safe return to

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Lufthansa, cabin crew eye pay accord by November

Lufthansa and the union representing cabin crew say they are confident they will reach an agreement in a protracted dispute over pay and pensions. Talks have been extended until November 1. The German carrier has been in lengthy n

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Turkey stages air strikes on Islamic State in Syria

Turkish warplanes attacked Islamic State targets in Syria for the first time on Friday, with President Tayyip Erdogan promising more decisive action against both the jihadists and Kurdish militants at home. The air strikes, which

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Al Qaeda operational commander killed in US air strike

A US air strike in Afghanistan has killed a high-ranking Al Qaeda operational commander, the US military said on Friday. The US military named the target of the strike as Abu Khalil Al-Sudani, saying he was killed in a July 11 str

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Bucharest airport flights delayed over strike

Romanian air traffic controllers went on a two-hour strike at Bucharest's main airport on Wednesday, delaying dozens of flights, to protest against their employer's failure to approve a long-delayed labour contract. In the

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London Tube shut over 24-hour strike

A 24-hour strike by staff and drivers brought the British capital's underground rail network to a halt and left millions of Londoners struggling to get to work on Thursday. London Underground's bosses said no trains would

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London Tube shut over 24-hour strike

A 24-hour strike by staff and drivers brought the British capital's underground rail network to a halt and left millions of Londoners struggling to get to work on Thursday. London Underground's bosses said no trains would

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UN alerts groups to prepare to deliver relief to Yemen

The United Nations has alerted aid groups to be prepared for a possible humanitarian pause in fighting in Yemen, starting as early as Friday (July 3), that would allow them to deliver assistance to some of the 21 million people in need.

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Spanish air traffic controllers to strike in July

Spanish air traffic controllers are to strike over four days in July in a dispute over penalties given by airport operator AENA to controllers for a strike in 2010, their union said on Monday. Controllers, who went on strike in Ju

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At least 6 killed as Saudi-led air strikes hit ancient Sanaa

Saudi-led coalition air strikes killed at least six people, Yemen's state news agency Saba said on Friday, and destroyed part of Sanaa's Old City, a Unesco World Heritage Site. The raid, which began in the early hours, als

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