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Ryanair strikes widen as German pilots vote for stoppages

Ryanair strikes widen as German pilots vote for stoppages

Ryanair management had met with the Vereinigung Cockpit (VC) pilot union in Frankfurt last week. VC said the talks ended without the progress they had hoped for.

Ryanair to cancel up to 600 flights in biggest strike

Ryanair to cancel up to 600 flights in biggest strike

The Irish airline said in a statement it expected disruption to the travel plans of almost 50,000 customers.

Opec clash too much for Bank of Russia to make up its mind

Opec clash too much for Bank of Russia to make up its mind

Opec has Russia over a barrel when it comes to where its monetary policy goes next.

Trump slams ‘witch hunt’ over Sessions

Trump slams ‘witch hunt’ over Sessions

US President Donald Trump has accused Democrats of conducting a “witch hunt” against Attorney General Jeff Sessions over contacts with Russia, as the veteran senator recused himself from any probe into the election campaign.

US banks to push for money laundering rules’ overhaul

US banks to push for money laundering rules’ overhaul

America’s largest banks are to propose a complete overhaul of how financial institutions investigate and report potential criminal activity, arguing that rules imposed in the years after the September 11, 2001 attacks and strengthened during the Obama administration are onerous and ineffective, sour

Indonesia warns airline after videos of intoxicated pilot

Indonesia warns airline after videos of intoxicated pilot

Indonesian authorities have issued a warning to airline PT Citilink Indonesia after videos circulated appearing to show an intoxicated pilot from the low-cost carrier going through security and then sounding incoherent.

Sensex drops for 3rd day; rupee hits 2-week high

Sensex drops for 3rd day; rupee hits 2-week high

Indian stocks reversed gains, with benchmark gauges falling to one-month lows, as lenders and industrials fell before the expiry of monthly derivatives contracts and as global equities erased an earlier advance.

Cannes gold goes to British austerity tale

Cannes gold goes to British austerity tale

British director Ken Loach won the Palme d’Or top prize at Cannes yesterday for the second time

Eco-friendly green building products from Taiwan

Eco-friendly green building products from Taiwan

A new line of eco-friendly green building products from Taiwan is set to be unveiled in Qatar.

Organisation is the key in big matches: Jaish’s Romarinho

Organisation is the key in big matches: Jaish’s Romarinho

QSL online sat down with El Jaish’s Brazilian ace Romarinho ahead of their QSL match of the week against Al Arabi. Whilst also catching his thoughts on El Jaish’s prospects this season.

GIS sees QR1.9bn in fresh capex over next five years

GIS sees QR1.9bn in fresh capex over next five years

Qatar’s largest services group Gulf International Services expects to further invest QR1.9bn in capital expenditure over the next five years, GIS chairman Sheikh Khaled bin Khalifa al-Thani has said.

Qatar Airways flies 118 horses for CHI Al Shaqab

Qatar Airways flies 118 horses for CHI Al Shaqab

Qatar Airways Cargo will this week transport 118 of the world’s most admired show jumping and dressage horses from Liege, Belgium to Doha, Qatar on board three specially chartered Boeing 777 freighters equipped with air stables designed to allow the precious cargo to travel in maximum comfort.