• Passengers traumatised after 'freak' turbulence pops plane window from frame
Passengers traumatised after 'freak' turbulence pops plane window from frame

Passengers aboard an Air India flight have been left traumatised after "a freak level" of turbulence left three passengers injured and caused a seat window to from its frame. The cause of the turbulence on the Boeing 787 Dreamliner is being investigated and the Aircraft Accident Investigation Board has been informed. According to NDTV , the Dr...

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  • American Airlines Articles, Photos, and Videos
American Airlines Articles, Photos, and Videos

They said after he was moved to a different seat by flight attendants, he began using racial slurs. Police used a stun gun multiple times on an unruly American Airlines passenger before removing him from a flight from Miami to Chicago.

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  • Nifty Gains; Sensex Set For Longest Winning Run In 10 Years
Nifty Gains; Sensex Set For Longest Winning Run In 10 Years

The benchmark BSE Sensex closed higher by 95.61 points or 0.28 percent at 34,427.29, with overall gains capped by a weakening rupee and rising oil prices . Meanwhile, the TCS stock closed 0.99% or 31 points higher at 3190 level ahead of the firm's Q4 earnings announcement. "The recent tiresome phase in index is showing early sign of exhaustion...

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  • Jeff Bezos says 100 million people have signed up for Amazon Prime
Jeff Bezos says 100 million people have signed up for Amazon Prime

Amazon had not previously revealed the number of Prime members. " Amazon and Best Buy have a long history of working together, and today we take our partnership to a new level", Bezos said in a joint statement. Shipping is the main draw of Amazon Prime , as it allows users to get free two-day shipping on all Prime-eligible items. Bezo...

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  • Tesla shuts down Model 3 assembly again to fix bottlenecks
Tesla shuts down Model 3 assembly again to fix bottlenecks

This is an increase from the company's previous target of 5,000 per week. Tesla and Boring Company CEO Elon Musk has had a rough time lately, with many sleepless nights at the office trying to fix the problems with the Tesla Model 3.

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  • Amir Khan insists Canelo Alvarez should be banned for life
Amir Khan insists Canelo Alvarez should be banned for life

Last month, it was revealed Alvarez had returned positive samples , which showed trace levels of the banned substance clenbuterol - a revelation that has led to a much-anticipated Las Vegas rematch against Golovkin on May 5 being cancelled.

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  • EDF (ECIFY) Raised to
EDF (ECIFY) Raised to "Neutral" at Goldman Sachs Group Inc

Investment management revenue rose 17% to $1.77 billion. A Goldman Sachs sign is displayed inside the company's post on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S., April 18, 2017. Goldman's 23 per cent increase in fixed income trading revenue was in sharp contrast to that of larger rivals. Its down 0.28, from 1.35 in 20...

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  • Musk suggests Tesla will be profitable in third and fourth quarters
Musk suggests Tesla will be profitable in third and fourth quarters

Janus Henderson Group PLC now owns 547,072 shares of the electric vehicle producer's stock valued at $186,601,000 after acquiring an additional 305,596 shares during the last quarter. Insiders have sold a total of 5,529 shares of company stock worth $1,786,841 over the last three months. However, Musk denies this and recently claimed that Tesla "...

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  • Facebook must face class action over face-tagging in photos: jude
Facebook must face class action over face-tagging in photos: jude

Facebook said it was reviewing the ruling . The idea was that it would make it easier for users to tag their friends in photos, although it seems that not everyone necessarily appreciates the convenience that the feature offers. Facebook sources said last week CEO Mark Zuckerberg could testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee on April...

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  • Former US ambassador talks about Syria attacks
Former US ambassador talks about Syria attacks

However, one of the stated goals of the strikes was to deter Syrian President Bashar Assad's government from using chemical weapons again. U.S. President Donald Trump again praised the decision to carry out the air strike in a tweet on Sunday, reiterating his claim that the missiles had delivered on their intended objective.

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  • Coli outbreak infects nine in Pa.
Coli outbreak infects nine in Pa.

The outbreak resulted in almost 36 people becoming ill to varying degrees, including 11 in Washington state. The following Monday, the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) announced three confirmed and four pending cases were likely linked to chopped romaine lettuce sourced from the winter growing areas in Yuma, bringi...

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  • China to liberalize foreign ownership rules
China to liberalize foreign ownership rules

Beijing launched the sorghum investigation on February 4 in what some business people saw as a warning shot as President Donald Trump hiked tariffs on Chinese-made washing machines and solar modules. It was unclear whether that might mollify the USA president and his complaints that Beijing pressures foreign companies to hand over technology. ...

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  • Nature bites back: Scientists modify plastic-digesting enzyme
Nature bites back: Scientists modify plastic-digesting enzyme

Finding that this enzyme was helping a bacteria to break down, or digest, PET plastic , the researchers chose to "tweak" its structure by adding some amino acids, said John McGeehan , a professor at Portsmouth who co-led the work. "This shows that by using PETase , PEF is even more biodegradable than PET ". National Geographic will commit $...

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  • More than 200 million eggs recalled due to possible salmonella contamination
More than 200 million eggs recalled due to possible salmonella contamination

The recall is the largest of eggs in the USA since 2010, when more than 550 million eggs were recalled from two Iowa farms, according to the website Food Safety News . The farm produces 2.3 million eggs a day. Symptoms include fever, nausea, diarrhea and abdominal pain. If you think you may have purchased eggs involved in this recall, chec...

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  • Daryl Worley's Eagles future in doubt after Sunday arrest
Daryl Worley's Eagles future in doubt after Sunday arrest

Worley, a Philadelphia native, had just been traded to the Philadelphia Eagles a couple weeks ago after spending the first two years of his National Football League career with the Carolina Panthers . Although it looks like the Eagles are planning to hold on to Bennett for the time being, Worley may not be so lucky. A gun also was recovered at t...

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  • Kane, De Bruyne, De Gea, Salah, Rashford Up For PFA Awards
Kane, De Bruyne, De Gea, Salah, Rashford Up For PFA Awards

The six-man young players' list also contains three City players, with 22-year-old Germany global Sane nominated alongside England forward Raheem Sterling , 23, and Brazil goalkeeper Ederson Moraes, 24. The Belgium worldwide was the leading contender heading into the second half of the Premier League season but De Bruyne's form has dipped in rec...

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  • Raid on Trump's Lawyer Sought Records on 'Access Hollywood' Tape
Raid on Trump's Lawyer Sought Records on 'Access Hollywood' Tape

Cohen's lawyers will need to turn over the requested material by 10 a.m. Monday, and court will reconvene at 2 p.m. -with Cohen himself seated at the counsel's table. The Southern District of NY prosecutors also heard from Trump Organization lawyers, who want them to throw out all communication between Cohen, the company and its employees.

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  • Uber is not just for hailing rides anymore
Uber is not just for hailing rides anymore

Getaround views its auto rentals as complementing Uber and Lyft's on-demand rides and helping to move Americans away from private vehicle ownership. "If this goes on, you'll simply have gridlock". Electric bicycles, shared or not, already proved to be a great way to reduce traffic clutter and pollution, while reducing time spent commuting, ...

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  • Oil hits $70 per barrel as China offers soothing words on trade
Oil hits $70 per barrel as China offers soothing words on trade

President Xi Jinping on Tuesday promised to open China's economy further and lower import tariffs, striking a conciliatory tone on the trade tensions between his country and the United States. This was its largest single-day percentage gain since September. Concerns about a trade war between the U.S. and China also eased some more after Preside...

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  • Koreas holds preparatory talks to set up Kim-Moon summit
Koreas holds preparatory talks to set up Kim-Moon summit

Kim and the South's president Moon Jae-in are due to meet on April 27 at the South's side of the demilitarized zone for the landmark inter-Korean summit. South Korean officials have said the summit will be focused on disarming North Korea of nuclear weapons, although the North hasn't officially confirmed this through its state-run media.

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  • Oil price hit by trade war fears
Oil price hit by trade war fears

May WTI crude oil futures settled at $63.51, up $0.50 or +0.79%. Nymex May oil futures ended USD1.48 lower at USD63.54 a barrel, down 2.3%. The Asian nation on Wednesday said it would levy an additional 25 percent tariff on about $50 billion of USA imports to match the scale of proposed American tariffs announced earlier.

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  • US Fed raises interest rates, signals two more rate hikes in 2018
US Fed raises interest rates, signals two more rate hikes in 2018

They know inflation is rearing its ugly head, and the Feds will try to slow it down with another interest rate hike. I think that he's made a very strong case that interest rates are going to need to rise faster. Citing improving labor market conditions and inflation nearing 2%, the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) on Wednesday voted unanimo...

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  • MP Sarah Champion wants to help Rotherham firms close gender pay gap
MP Sarah Champion wants to help Rotherham firms close gender pay gap

The civil service gender pay gap stands at 12.7 per cent and the public sector as a whole at 19.4 per cent. Figures vary greatly from company to company, and the gap fluctuates depending on whether mean or median is used to calculate it. A number of household name employers, including Unilever and BT, pay women on average more than men. The firm ...

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  • Intel brings a six-core i9 CPU to laptops
Intel brings a six-core i9 CPU to laptops

MSI has yet to announce the price and availability of these new gaming laptops, but we should probably see them when we make our visit to COMPUTEX this year. Up until now, Intel has been revealing its eighth-generation Core processors at a slow but steady pace. Optane Memory has also received an update, with new support for data drive ac...

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  • Trump Urges Congress to Use 'Nuclear Option' to Pass Immigration Reform
Trump Urges Congress to Use 'Nuclear Option' to Pass Immigration Reform

Congress can not pass any legislation immediately as lawmakers are on their second week of a spring recess, but taking a tough stance on immigration appeals to Trump's conservative base. Congress needs to pass a DACA solution as a stand-alone, bipartisan bill, with a veto proof majority and put finality to this situation that President Tru...

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  • President Trump hits out at online retailer Amazon again over tax payments
President Trump hits out at online retailer Amazon again over tax payments

Amazon briefly fell 4.6 percent in the first half hour of trading before rallying to snap a two-day skid. Trump's attacks on Amazon reflect a broader debate about its effect on the US economy. Wayfair ruling. "The president has expressed his concerns with Amazon". Third-party vendors had sales of $32 billion on Amazon in 2017, although some of ...

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  • Widow of the Pulse nightclub shooter found not guilty
Widow of the Pulse nightclub shooter found not guilty

She faces life in prison if convicted. Salman was indicted a year ago on charges of aiding her husband in planning the attack, and pleaded not guilty to the charges. Officials from U.S. District Court in Orlando said the jury's decision would be announced Friday morning. "The bottom line is that, based on the letter of the law, and the de...

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  • Thursday weather: Sunny skies, with highs around 60
Thursday weather: Sunny skies, with highs around 60

Easter Sunday will also have a chilly start with a few sprinkles or showers possible along the coast. River levels remain high and continue to rise along the Sabine with increased releases resulting in higher forecast crests. Rain is more likely tomorrow night with a 50% chance for showers. Highs Saturday and Sunday will be in the lower-to...

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  • Scott Walker Abandons Fight Against Special Elections
Scott Walker Abandons Fight Against Special Elections

That meant it could have theoretically halted the special election process for the 1st Senate and 42nd Assembly districts, despite the governor's order. Spokesman Reid Magney said the commission stopped tracking costs previous year after commissioners discontinued the practice because state law doesn't require it to do so.

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  • Apple CEO Tim Cook Criticizes Facebook's Approach to Privacy
Apple CEO Tim Cook Criticizes Facebook's Approach to Privacy

He follows that with: "We've elected not to do that". As Facebook continues to get blasted for its privacy snafu and the #DeleteFacebook campaign rages on, Cook insists that Apple will not "traffic your personal life". Speaking in an interview with U.S. network MSNBC and tech site Recode , the Apple chief executive said that while he believe...

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  • Windows chief out as Microsoft reorganizes its business
Windows chief out as Microsoft reorganizes its business

Photo Terry Myerson, executive vice president of Microsoft's Windows and devices group, will be departing as part of the reorganization. To alleviate negative consequences of the technology Nadella and Microsoft President and Chief Legal Officer Brad Smith have formed a new AI and Ethics in Engineering and Research group at the company.

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  • Trump targets Amazon over taxes
Trump targets Amazon over taxes

In one tweet last summer, he asked "Is Fake News Washington Post being used as a lobbyist weapon?" Trump has gone after Amazon and its billionaire owner Jeff Bezos plenty of times in the past. The Trump administration has urged the U.S. Supreme Court to let state and local governments collect billions of dollars in sales taxes from online...

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  • Renault shares surge on Nissan merger talks report
Renault shares surge on Nissan merger talks report

Citing people with knowledge of the matter, Bloomberg said the new entity would be run by Ghosn, who is now Renault's chief executive and board chairman at Nissan. In an interview with AFP earlier this year, Ghosn said the French carmaker is keeping all options open regarding its alliance with Nissan and Mitsubishi, another Japanese carmaker in w...

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  • The world's biggest search engine is upgrading its GIF game
The world's biggest search engine is upgrading its GIF game

It also makes it easier for users to go through all the search results from top to bottom without having to jump between pages, although admittedly if you are jumping in between pages chances are you'll probably need to redefine the search parameters.

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  • Look! Saudi Arabia & SoftBank Plan World's Largest Solar Project
Look! Saudi Arabia & SoftBank Plan World's Largest Solar Project

The remainder will come from loans to be paid off via revenue that is generated through selling electricity that the huge solar project produces, said Son. It was announced in NY after a Saudi-U.S. CEO forum held on the sidelines of the crown prince's multi-day tour across the U.S. Last year, Saudi Arabia pledged $45 billion to invest in technolo...

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  • Shanghai crude oil futures jump more than 6%
Shanghai crude oil futures jump more than 6%

In Asia, Shanghai crude oil futures saw their third day of trading continuing with high volume and volatile trading. Within minutes of the launch, the price had gone up to nearly US$70.85 (447 yuan) from a starting price of US$69.94 (440.4 yuan) per barrel.

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  • Qantas makes history with 17-hour Australia-Europe flight
Qantas makes history with 17-hour Australia-Europe flight

With meals including salad of cumin spiced beef with courgette, cheese ravioli, or chicken with red rice and roasted Mediterranean vegetables each menu helps to maintain hydration and aids sleep. Irishman Alan Joyce, the chief executive of Qantas , was onboard the flight . "Now we can do it in a single leap". It arrived at Heathrow at 05:03 loc...

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  • WTO doing 'detailed analysis' of Trump tariffs against China
WTO doing 'detailed analysis' of Trump tariffs against China

The Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged more than 700 points , while Tokyo closed 4.5 percent lower, Hong Kong fell 2.45 percent and Shanghai sank more than three percent. Trump to refrain from imposing tariffs . China's newly appointed central bank head , Yi Gang, also promised to announce reforms to China's financial industry in the next...

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  • Trump moves to ban transgender people from serving in the military
Trump moves to ban transgender people from serving in the military

The memo does allow for some leeway in implementing the policy. "The Trump-Pence administration's continued insistence on targeting our military families for discrimination is appalling, reckless, and unpatriotic", added American Military Partner Association president Ashley Broadway-Mack.

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  • Amazon could buy Toys
Amazon could buy Toys "R" Us stores

With liquidation looming, Toys R Us' days are numbered, and savy shoppers are hoping to cash in on going out of business sales. KB Toys went out of business in 2009 and Toys R Us acquired the brand, according to CNBC . Within the next week or two, the company will begin selling off their inventories at a discount. Published reports say liq...

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