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Business - Checked bag fees are here to stay: United Airlines CEO

Still hoping for the day airlines let all customers check bags and make reservation changes for free? Forget it, said United Continental Holdings Inc`s Chief Executive Jeff Smisek at a industry lunch on Thursday, defending airlines even as they reap billions in profit and face federal probes into pricing practices. Some travelers are `having difficulty recognizing that we`re now a business,` Smisek told attendees, recalling the bankruptcies and mergers that reshaped the loss-making industry in the decade after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

Thursday, July 30, 2015  23:15


World - Judge rules fugitive Mexico kingpin to be sent to US

A Mexican judge has issued an order to extradite fugitive drug lord Joaquin `El Chapo` Guzman to the United States -- if he is recaptured after his jailbreak, authorities said Thursday. The federal judge in Mexico City accepted a petition made by the attorney general`s office on Wednesday, almost three weeks after Guzman broke out of a maximum-security prison by slipping down a tunnel on July 11. Attorney General Arely Gomez said earlier this month that the US government had formally requested Guzman`s extradition on June 25, some two weeks before his escape, and that prosecutors had been analyzing the petition.

Friday, July 31, 2015  00:27


World - Prison for 9 police in shooting that killed 3 in Nicaragua

MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) A Nicaraguan judge has sentenced nine police officers to between two and 11 years in prison for a June shooting in which two children and their aunt died.

Thursday, July 30, 2015  23:51


World - Saudi Arabia asks NY judge to drop it from Sept. 11 lawsuit

NEW YORK (AP) An attorney for Saudi Arabia says that nation had nothing to do with the Sept. 11 attacks and should be dismissed as a defendant in lawsuits brought by victims` families.

Thursday, July 30, 2015  21:10


Top Stories - The spread of ancient religion through 11 sculptures

A new permanent gallery at Singapore`s Asian Civilizations Museum traces 1,000 years of religious art and symbolism, looking at their spread out of India into China, Sri Lanka, and Southeast Asia.

Thursday, July 30, 2015  14:18


Business - India`s SpiceJet in talks with Boeing, Airbus for $11 billion jet deal

Indian budget airline SpiceJet Ltd is in talks with Boeing Co and Airbus Group to acquire about 100 new narrow-body jets, its chief financial officer said on Wednesday, in a deal that would be worth about $11 billion at list prices. SpiceJet wants to buy more Airbus A320neo and Boeing 737 Max aircraft, Kiran Koteshwar told Reuters, as it looks to rebuild its business after almost collapsing last year. `We have to place an order so we have a long-term business plan in place.

Wednesday, July 29, 2015  09:03


World - Mexico sentences 5 men to 697 years for killings of 11 women

MEXICO CITY (AP) Mexican prosecutors say they have won `historic` convictions and sentences of 697 years in prison against five men for killing 11 women near the border city of Ciudad Juarez.

Wednesday, July 29, 2015  04:34


World - Nigeria clash kills 11 Islamists, three militia: sources

Three militia fighters and 11 Boko Haram militants have been killed in a clash in a village in northeastern Nigeria, a local resident and a member of the militia fighting alongside the army said Tuesday. News of the clash came as Nigeria`s military spokesman told AFP a new regional force tasked with fighting the jihadists should go into action very soon, though he did not specify when for tactical reasons. `On Monday afternoon around 2:00 pm (1300 GMT), Boko Haram gunmen on motorcycles attacked our village,` said Markus Yohana, a local militia member fighting the Islamists in Dille in Borno State, northeastern Nigeria.

Tuesday, July 28, 2015  20:31


World - Benghazi suicide bomber kills three Libyan soldiers, wounds 11: medic

A suicide bomber rammed a car loaded with explosives into a group of Libyan soldiers in central Benghazi on Tuesday, killing three and wounding 11 of them, a medic and a military source said. Suicide bombings have become frequent in the eastern port city, where forces loyal to the country`s internationally recognized government have been clashing with Islamist fighters, part of chaos gripping the oil producer. Forces loyal to Libya`s internationally recognized government have been fighting Islamist groups in the country`s second-largest city for over a year, part of a wider struggle since Muammar Gaddafi was overthrown and killed in 2011.

Tuesday, July 28, 2015  16:01


World - Italian navy finds 11 dead migrants, rescues hundreds

The Italian navy found 11 dead migrants on boats headed across the Mediterranean to Europe on Friday and saved some 570 others as numerous rescue operations were underway. Authorities discovered the bodies after the Italian patrol ship Bettica rescued 86 migrants from two inflatable boats, the navy announced on Twitter. The Italian navy`s press office was not able to say how the people died, but authorities have previously noted the numerous risks to migrants including dehydration, asphyxiation due to fuel fumes, extreme temperatures and violence.

Tuesday, July 28, 2015  15:25

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