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Ryanair says not seeing any Brexit impact

Ryanair says not seeing any Brexit impact

Europe's biggest low cost airline Ryanair is not seeing any impact from Brexit on demand for flights, and is prepared for a no-deal, chief marketing officer Kenny Jacobs said.

Interpol picks South Korean as president as Russia loses out

Interpol picks South Korean as president as Russia loses out

Interpol named South Korea's Kim Jong-yang as its new president on Wednesday, in a blow to Russia which denounced ‘unprecedented pressure’ against its own candidate to lead the global policing body.

African G5 force 'better' than UN's in Mali: Mauritania's Aziz

African G5 force 'better' than UN's in Mali: Mauritania's Aziz

A fledgling African regional force fighting militants in Sahel countries is more effective -- with fewer resources -- than a UN mission with a similar remit in Mali, the Mauritanian president said Wednesday.

France passes laws to crack down on 'fake news' during elections

France passes laws to crack down on 'fake news' during elections

The French National Assembly has approved two laws to crack down on false information during election campaigns, despite criticism from the opposition.

EU moves to discipline Italy over budget, Rome stays defiant

EU moves to discipline Italy over budget, Rome stays defiant

The European Commission took the first step on Wednesday toward disciplining Italy over its expansionary 2019 budget after Rome refused to change it ...

Tajik killer of Western tourists sentenced to life

Tajik killer of Western tourists sentenced to life

A court in Tajikistan on Wednesday sentenced an Islamic State jihadist to life in prison for organising an attack this summer that killed four Western tourists, a judicial source said.

IKEA Group plans to cut 7,500 administrative jobs

IKEA Group plans to cut 7,500 administrative jobs

IKEA Group, the owner of most IKEA furniture stores worldwide, plans to cut 7,500 jobs over the next couple of years, mainly administrative staff in central support functions, it said on Wednesday.

Australian 'Bali Nine' drug mule released from prison after 13 years

Australian 'Bali Nine' drug mule released from prison after 13 years

Australian heroin courier Renae Lawrence was released from an Indonesian prison on Wednesday, the first of the so-called Bali Nine drug smuggling ring to gain freedom after the execution of the two ring leaders strained ties between the countries.

Afghans try to identify group behind attack on clerics, toll climbs to 55

Afghans try to identify group behind attack on clerics, toll climbs to 55

Afghan authorities were struggling on Wednesday to identify the group behind a suicide bomb attack that killed at least 55 people at a gathering of religious scholars in Kabul after the Taliban denied any responsibility.

 Isolated Indian tribe kill American intruder

Isolated Indian tribe kill American intruder

Tribespeople armed with bows and arrows killed an American tourist who illegally ventured to their island home, police said Wednesday in India's Andaman islands where contact with indigenous people is banned to protect their way of life.

California fire death toll rises to 81

California fire death toll rises to 81

The death toll from the devastating wildfire in northern California rose to 81 Tuesday with the discovery of two more sets of remains, officials said.

Interpol picks S.Korea's Kim as president over Russian rival

Interpol picks S.Korea's Kim as president over Russian rival

Interpol is to vote for its new president Wednesday, with the US backing a South Korean candidate who Moscow says is part of a last-minute effort to scuttle a Russian frontrunner's chances.

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