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Boeing Faces Compensation Demand From China’s Biggest Airlines

Boeing Faces Compensation Demand From China’s Biggest Airlines

United States

The carriers, Air China, China Eastern and China Southern, which are all state-controlled, grounded dozens of 737 Max jets after a crash in Ethiopia in March.
The New York Times, 23 hours ago

Predicted: Politics

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Chavis goes deep in 13th inning as Red Sox edge Blue Jays 6-5

Chavis goes deep in 13th inning as Red Sox edge Blue Jays 6-5

Canada

Rowdy Tellez homers for third time in two games for Toronto
The Globe and Mail, 24 hours ago

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CARICOM free movement has conditions

CARICOM free movement has conditions

Grenada

Freedom of movement for CARICOM citizens within the 15-country grouping does not mean that police in a jurisdiction cannot detain any such Caribbean person while law officers are legitimately investigating an issue.
Grenada News, 1 days ago

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Scenes of Barbados in Fenty ad

Scenes of Barbados in Fenty ad

Barbados

Last month, Rihanna joined forces with LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, the world’s largest luxury group.
NationBarbados, 1 days ago

Predicted: People and Culture

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Wigton led gains and volumes in debut, triggers circuit

Wigton led gains and volumes in debut, triggers circuit

Jamaica

  Wigton Windfarm jumped 28 per cent and dominated volumes on its first day of trading on the Jamaica Stock Exchange. With an energetic start to trading the stock closed at $0.64 with 8.35 million units trading. Wigton will open at $0.60 on...
Jamaica Gleaner, 1 days ago

Predicted: People and Culture

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Wanted man caught; Drowning victim identified - The Freeport News

Wanted man caught; Drowning victim identified - The Freeport News

Bahamas

Johnovan Smith, who was wanted by the Central Detective Unit (CDU) for questioning in connection with attempted murder is finally in police custody. Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) Assistant Superintendent of Police and Public Affairs and Communication Officer (PACO) Terecita Pinder, informed media that Smith was arrested yesterday – Tuesday, May 21. Smith was publicly listed as a wanted man Continue Reading
The Freeport News, 1 days ago

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Maiden flight celebrates 100th anniversary | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Maiden flight celebrates 100th anniversary | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Bermuda

Today is the 100th anniversary of Bermuda’s first aircraft flight.People lined the streets and balconies on the Hamilton waterfront to watch the first aircraft to take flight in Bermuda in 1919.Tom Singfield, the author of Wings Over Bermuda, said the Curtiss N-9H "Jenny" floatplane was on board the freighter SS Elinor, which had served in the First World War as the USS Elinor, when it made an unscheduled trip here because of engine t
The Royal Gazette, 1 days ago

Predicted: People and Culture

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Eudora Kean Class Of 2019 Shows Love To Local Entrepreneurs With ‘Rep Your Local Brand’ Day

Eudora Kean Class Of 2019 Shows Love To Local Entrepreneurs With ‘Rep Your Local Brand’ Day

Virgin Islands

The Ivanna Eudora Kean High School (IEKHS) Class of 2019 held what it called a senior "Rep Your Local Brand” day on Monday. Held at the school, the purpose o
U.S. Virgin Islands, 1 days ago

Predicted: People and Culture

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Seeking residency in Costa Rica? You’ll need your vaccines first, report says

Seeking residency in Costa Rica? You’ll need your vaccines first, report says

Costa Rica

The Health Ministry and Immigration Administration are finalizing the requirements.
The Tico Times, 1 days ago

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Behold Australia’s Grossest Drinking Tradition: The Shoey

Behold Australia’s Grossest Drinking Tradition: The Shoey

United States

To “do a shoey” is to pour alcohol (usually beer) into a shoe (yours or someone else’s) and chug it. A growing number of celebrities have taken part in the Australian trend.
The New York Times, 2 days ago

Predicted: People and Culture

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