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Business - Business jet makers face battle on pricing as deliveries drop

Business jet manufacturers are locked in a price battle as deliveries of new aircraft remain weak and recently sold aircraft come back onto the market at attractive prices, delegates at an annual corporate jet convention said. Demand for business jets reflects the health of economies and makers of corporate planes have been hard hit since the financial crisis. Bombardier, unveiling its 10-year market forecast at the EBACE show in Geneva, projected industry deliveries to drop 10 percent this year to 540-560 jets after rising 1 percent in 2015.

Thursday, May 26, 2016  14:03


World - The Latest: EU rescuers spot 20 corpses in the water

ROME (AP) The Latest on the flow of migrants into Europe (all times local):

Thursday, May 26, 2016  15:09


World - Up to 30 dead in shipwreck off Libya: EU naval force

Up to 30 people are feared dead after a shipwreck off Libya, while about 50 migrants have been rescued from the waves, the EU`s naval force said Thursday. `We estimate the dead to be between 20 and 30 people,` captain Antonello de Renzis Sonnino, spokesman for the EU`s Sophia military operation to combat people smugglers in the Mediterranean, told AFP. `A Luxembourg reconnaissance plane spotted a capsized boat around 35 nautical miles off the Libyan coast with about 100 migrants in the water or clinging to the sinking vessel,` he said.

Thursday, May 26, 2016  14:48


World - Early marriage, pregnancy force Tanzanian teenage girls to drop out of school

By Kizito Makoye MAPINGA, Tanzania (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Sikudhani Kimweri was the only girl from her primary school who went on to Bunju secondary school in eastern Tanzania`s Bagamayo district. `There is no value on education in our village, very few girls finish school,` said Kimweri, now 20, in an interview. While Tanzania has made significant progress overall in primary school enrolment, few girls, especially in rural areas, complete their secondary education because of early marriage, teenage pregnancy and poverty, women`s rights campaigners say.

Thursday, May 26, 2016  13:41


World - Italy says migrant boat capsized, second in two days

ROME (Reuters) - A migrant boat capsized in the Mediterranean on Thursday, an Italian coastguard spokesman said, and 88 people have been rescued while the number of possible dead is unknown. It was the second shipwreck in two days, after five were confirmed to have died when a large fishing boat flipped over in the sea on Wednesday. Boat arrivals in Italy have risen sharply this week amid warm weather and calm seas, and about 20 rescue operations are currently under way, the spokesman said. ...

Thursday, May 26, 2016  14:33


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Thursday, May 26, 2016  13:39


World - Tornadoes and storms hit U.S. Great Plains, injure two in Kansas

By Suzannah Gonzales CHICAGO (Reuters) - Tornadoes ripped through the U.S. Great Plains, badly damaging and destroying about 20 houses in Kansas, a day after two people were injured there in storms, local media and authorities said on Wednesday, and more dangerous weather is expected. Intense storms are possible across the region on Thursday and Friday, the National Weather Service (NWS) said, with large hail and damaging winds potential primary hazards. On Wednesday, at least one tornado tore through rural areas in Dickinson County, northern Kansas, an CBS-affiliated TV station reported, although the NWS had not confirmed the weather event`s status.

Thursday, May 26, 2016  08:00


Top Stories - Authorities: 20 homes damaged, no injuries in Kansas storms

Troopers were going from home to home to make sure everyone was OK.

Thursday, May 26, 2016  06:00


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Thursday, May 26, 2016  03:42


World - French union leads new anti-reform protests, seeks to maintain momentum

By Brian Love and Ingrid Melander PARIS (Reuters) - France`s hardline CGT union sought to choke off power and fuel supplies and hamper the country`s public transport network on Thursday in a showdown with a government that flatly refused to withdraw a contested labor law reform. The standoff, which raises the specter of disruption during the France-hosted European soccer tournament that opens on June 10, was condemned both by Socialist Prime Minister Manuel Valls and the country`s other big trade union, the CFDT. `There is no question of changing tack, even if adjustments are always possible,` said Valls, adding that he would in no case scrap the part of the law that put the CGT on the warpath in the first place.

Thursday, May 26, 2016  10:23

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