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London Heathrow has a record-breaking 2017 with 78 million passengers


The airport said its long-haul push has been rapidly taking off, with new routes to Singapore, Denver and Seattle added, leading to a 16 per cent year-on-year rise in passenger numbers. The airport has ambitious expansion plans to double its passenger numbers to ten million in the next ten-15 years, with a focus on developing more routes to major European hubs to complement is popular holiday routes. Read More »

Supreme Court four Judges press conference is historic; Judges reacts

The Judges have also take note of the fact that they are not giving a political statement, but they are cautioning the nation . They didn't confirm it was about Justice Loya's mysterious death. It further added that the collegium must begin the process to fill vacancies of chief justices in high courts at least a month before vacancies arise an in accordance with the Memorandum of Procedure for Appointment (MOP) now in force, in pursuance of judgment of this Court in Supreme Court ... Read More »

Amid Outcry, Trump Denies Using Offensive Remarks to Describe Haiti, African Countries


Durbin told reporters on Friday. The President did not answer. Despite Trump's denial, one of the sponsors of the DACA deal who was present at the meeting, Senator Dick Durbin (D-Illinois), insisted the U.S. "Probably should record future meetings". In a flurry of tweets yesterday, Mr Trump defended his immigration stance while claiming the reports about his meeting with senators were inaccurate . Read More »

Trump in 'excellent health,' according to his presidential fitness exam


Trump's mental fitness appears to be reaching its zenith. The White House physician has pronounced Donald Trump to be in "excellent health" after his first medical exam as U.S. Perry said she believed presidents should be subject to a raft of tests to establish they are fit to serve. During the 2016 presidential campaign, he published a letter from his long-term doctor Harold Bornstein that stated he was in "excellent physical health". Read More »

Leave Trump's mental health to the professionals


Donald Trump will have his first medical exam as USA president today, after a week during which his mental fitness for the job has come under intense scrutiny. "They're prepared to go to war but they are not prepared to come out of it", said Williams. Mr Trump, 71, took office a year ago as the oldest President ever to start his first term. Read More »

England name 16-man Test squad for New Zealand tour


James Vince, Moeen Ali and Mark Stoneman have been retained, however, despite having a hard time in the Australia series. Stokes missed the entire series in Australia after being banned from global duties while police investigate his alleged role in a fight outside a nightclub in Bristol three months ago. Read More »

No cover: Republicans don't back up Trump's "s**thole" denials

President Donald Trump said "this was not the language used" after reports that he questioned why the us would accept more immigrants from "s***hole countries" in a meeting. "I want a merit based system of immigration and people who will help take our country to the next level", Trump said in another tweet. Haiti said it was "deeply shocked and outraged" Trump's reported vulgar remark. Read More »

Illinois Sen. Dick Durbin disputes Trump denial of using "S" word


DACA, or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, is the law that gave residency status to people who were brought to the country illegally. In an editorial, the local Daily Maverick called the comments "a new low", adding, "Casual Friday at the White House is soon to include hoods and tiki torches at this rate". Read More »

100 percent FDI cleared for single brand!


These are meant to liberalise and simplify the FDI policy so as to provide ease of doing business in the country. Sangh economic wing Swadeshi Jagran Manch on Thursday said the Narendra Modi government's decision to ease foreign direct investment norms would go against the "interest of the country" and urged people to resist the move. Read More »

Possible Hepatitis A Virus Exposure at Two Restaurants in Spanish Fork, Utah


Jay Fiedler, MDHHS section manager for surveillance and infectious disease epidemiology, says there's no sign the number of reported cases in MI is slowing, though it does seem to have "plateaued" recently. Fiedler says the two more recent hepatitis A deaths reported are from Wayne and St. Clair counties-though in the case of the Wayne County death, the timing is due to a reporting lag. Read More »

The Hunt Is On For One $55M Powerball Winner In Melbourne


The winning numbers were 32, 7, 5, 34, 38 and 11, while the Powerball number was 12. Tatts have revealed the winning ticket was purchased in the northern suburbs of Melbourne, and will announce the exact outlet tomorrow if the victor hasn't come forward by then. Read More »

US House Votes Decisively To Extend Controversial Surveillance Powers


House Republicans passed legislation on Thursday morning reauthorizing the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA ), a crucial element in the operation of the USA intelligence community, in a 256-164 vote . The legislation must still pass the Senate, but the House was seen as the pivotal test, The New York Times says . In one tweet, he linked the FISA program that his White House supports to a dossier that alleges his campaign had ties to Russian Federation. Read More »

Featured Stock: Immune Design CS (IMDZ)

The firm now has a $4.25 price target on the biotechnology company's stock. The shares were sold at an average price of $6.55, for a total transaction of $327,500.00. Dimensional Fund Advsr Ltd Partnership accumulated 18,896 shares or 0% of the stock. Brady Stephen R sold $13,885 worth of stock or 3,328 shares. Shares for $130,740 were sold by HENDRIX DANIEL T . Read More »

Liverpool vs Manchester City 01/14/2018 Premier League Preview, Odds & Prediction


Their 5-0 thrashing at City earlier in the season was Klopp's heaviest defeat in all competitions as Reds boss, and his joint-heaviest ever managerial loss. Guardiola played down City's poor record at Anfield , where they have not won in years. "You have to win these kind of games". Speaking exclusively to Sky Sports' Jamie Carragher, Van Dijk insists the hefty price tag, which made him the most expensive defender on the planet, does not faze him. Read More »

Protest march in Patna against attack on Dalits in Bhima-Koregaon


The bandh was called to protest the violence that occurred at Bhima-Koregaon near Pune on January 1, 2017. The Police said that they detained more than 300 miscreants in this regard. Groups of protesters held demonstrations in Chembur, Vikhroli, Mankhurd and Govandi, police said. He said the state government will soon approach the Bombay High Court, asking it to name a sitting judge to probe the January 1 violence at Bhima-Koregaon in Pune district. Read More »

Red Bluff pair arrested in connection with cold case


During the interview, Hawkins also said he even reached out to McAlister's family a year ago and that he wanted to confess to his crime in front of them. "I know the wrong can't be changed but this is the closest I can come to doing the right thing". Later, the trio chose to murder him instead, the department said. Read More »

Anti-austerity protests in Tunisia's capital


At least one person has been killed. The uprising began in December 2010 after street vendor Mohamed Bouazizi set himself on fire and later died in a protest over unemployment and police harassment. The government defends the measures as necessary to limit a budget deficit that hit six percent of the country's GDP. The authorities respected the right to protest but acts of vandalism were being brought under control, the government said in a statement. Read More »

North Korea to go to South Korea's Olympics after talks


The US president in an interview made this remark, though he declined to comment on whether he had a talk with the North Korean leader in recent times or not. Suspension of the military drills would be unacceptable for Seoul because it would seriously undermine its alliance with its chief ally, the United States, which wants to put more pressure on North Korea. Read More »

Would you support a second European Union referendum?


Slapping down Nigel Farage's calls for another vote to silence Remainers once and for all , Jeroen Dijsselbloem said there was no appetite for one. The former Ukip leader suggested a fresh vote would put an end to "whinging and whining" by opponents of Brexit such as Tony Blair, Nick Clegg and Lord Adonis. Read More »

Group calls on senators to denounce alleged Trump comments on immigration

Meanwhile, spokesmen for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., and House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif. - who was at the Oval Office session - declined to provide comment. Rick Scott said. This is a big deal. "Durbin of IL, the Senate" s No. 2 Democrat, explained that as part of that deal, a lottery for visas that has benefited people from Africa and other nations would be ended, the sources said, though there could be another way for them to apply. Read More »

Dog walks 20 miles twice to get back to family


When a dog's owners moved away and couldn't keep her, she walked 20 miles away to find them - twice - because she missed them so much. The Seminole Humane Society and Animal Shelter said that six-year-old Cathleen lived with her family in Seminole up until a few months ago when they moved to a new home in town. Read More »

Queen Elizabeth gets candid about 'disadvantages to crowns'


She also said the golden ceremonial carriage used for her coronation was "horrible". "It's not meant for traveling in at all". "I remember one moment when I was going against the pile of the carpet and I couldn't move at all! ". It weighs almost 3 pounds, and Queen Elizabeth II jokes that you can't look down while wearing it or your neck might break. "So there are some disadvantages to crowns, but otherwise they're quite important things", Elizabeth added. Read More »

Pakistan team gets Maori welcome in New Zealand


Guptil was so impressed with the catch that he applauded the spectator while out in the middle with Colin Munro. However, even after New Zealand's bowling attack was able to keep Pakistan batsmen quiet in both the matches, the Kiwi skipper feels that his team needs to improve their game standards, especially with the bowl. Read More »

Trump questions whether Clinton coordinated with Russians


The investigation has not yet requested to interview the president, but earlier this week United States media reported that Mr Mueller had told the president's lawyers he meant to seek an interview . Trump's latest sharp remarks on the Russian Federation probe comes after reports emerged that Mueller's probe will likely request an interview with Trump. Read More »

Iran death toll grows; officials admit killing Iranian protesters


There were reports on social media late on Tuesday of more unrest, although it is not possible to confirm it independently or the exact timing. Anger over rising living costs, the state of the economy, and allegations of political corruption are fueling the demonstrations, which have now spread to several cities across the country. Read More »

New York City statue being removed, but it's not Christopher Columbus


But for many, including some of the 110,000 Native Americans living in this city, the Columbus statute and his name on the circle and avenue north of it are a reminder that history ignores some of Columbus' other actions. With respect to the Canyon of Heroes/Henry Phillipe Pétain plaque on Broadway in Lower Manhattan, de Blasio said the city will keep all markers memorializing ticker-tape parades in place and weigh opportunities to add context, such as way-finding, onsite signage and ... Read More »

My relation with Kim Jong-un is very good


I hope we do", the president added. Technically, South Korea and the United States remain at war with North Korea after the Korean War ended in 1953 with an armistice instead of a peace treaty. "Fools, but talks are a good thing!" But he warns that North Korea could use the talks to divide South Korea from its allies, Japan and the U.S. His despotic regime's state-controlled Rodong Sinmun newspaper wrote that Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House 'foretells Trump's political demise'. Read More »

European Union wants to spend €1bn on supercomputers


The move has been marked as a step forward in the European ambitions to be competitive and independent in the global data economy, with the Gaggle of Red-tapers looking to bring work back into the continent. According to Brussels , the machines will also help to predict the routes of hurricanes and to simulate earthquakes. The use of High Performance Computing has a growing impact on industries and businesses by significantly reducing product design and production cycles, accelerating the ... Read More »