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Former prisoner Ekaterina Shutova recounts the story of her imprisonment in a Russian jail. She spent two years in prison after her boss evaded his fiscal responsibilities as a company owner and filed charges against her for embezzlement. For more from this series, go to: http://www.dw.com/en/russia-behind-bars-fighting-for-victims-of-an-often-arbitrary-justice-system/a-39036197
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The outsourcing of British Airways jobs was not to blame for a “catastrophicIT failure that brought the airline’s operations to a halt, its chief executive said.
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The Week
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IT failure, not cost-cutting measures, blamed for mass cancellations One-Minute Read Tuesday, May 30, 2017 - 8:36am T he boss of British Airways has said he will not resign after thousands of passengers were left stranded over the bank holiday weekend, claiming the disruption had nothing to do with cutting costs. BA chief executive Alex Cruz told the BBC that Saturday's IT failure, which caused mass cancelations, was due to a power surge and not because of technical staff being outsourced from the UK to India. In his first interview since the incident, which affected more than 75,000 holidaymakers, Cruz said he was "profusely sorry" to the thousands of passengers still stranded at airports worldwide and added that the company was working to "make sure that it doesn't happen again". pic.twitter.com/jwNe6MWXej British Airways (@British_Airways) May 28, 2017 However, "questions remain about how a power problem could have had such impact", says the BBC 's technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones.
BBC Radio Ulster
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McGuinness and the Scottish Premiership top scorer boys with Fridays Belfast friendly against New Zealand in mind crack the lot of attention but in Scotland Annan and south of the border so this is may be liens time you know let's be honest he now has to take a scab form on the international stage and that you know I have no doubt City Skates will doing that we watch some regular myself Jimmy Nicol of what's the month and numerous occasions this season you give me opportunity on Thursday and Friday night's game is live on BBC Radio Ulster and the BBC Sport website stateside and the James McClean is expected to come for the Republic of Ireland in their friendly with Mexico in New Jersey as he makes his 50th appearance at game in the early hours of Friday morning the BBC understands it manager Arsene Wenger had a crucial meeting with that the gunners boss stand cranky yesterday at which is sort the French.
BBC Radio Scotland
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champion Novak Djokovic and Rafa Nadal safely through to the second round Jamie Murray Olsen fish and action by the way a little later today he's out with doubles partner Bruno Suarez I will say this morning done deal on the search for the new boss that after Neil McCann decided to go back to the TV studio and to his role as a TV pundit and follow so successful interim spell in charge of us former club for Mac and saving them from relegation Dundee defended Arnold a says McCann's decisions surprise them you're not represent in the manager you represent the club am Salter no matter who it is as a club we we fell short of where we want to be this year so it doesn't matter who's in charge as players you always represent in Morden to Morden they just magically Court Neil McCann was going to be demanded this morning if you had asked me I said you're here.
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news of bigg Boss top within the ranks Geordie Gilmore and had tried to take along with the click the command will they said that South East Antrim Brigade and um it did it ended up with riots in the Streets of carry stuff in the land Craig 12 Geordie Gilmore's door and then Geordie Gilmore and slick reacting to an incident but we can't because I put in a post on on on Facebook saying that you'll be able to do more people out of character that wind up on a Sunday night on Facebook and on Monday lunchtime Geordie Gilmore shot dead by Colin Horner was a big but I also talked about your account work and just recently and that the weekend I put up a post so saying that still miss the big lad what is happened Declan is this whole thing.
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Topsy text on andrey kuznetsov of Russia will be in Paris to look ahead to the match shortly before the Inverness Caley Thistle play Barry Wilson has told us those for running his former club like football experience which could harm the Highlanders going forward Calais yesterday sack manager Richie foran Dundee are also searching for new boss as interim manager Neil McCann left then spotting after qualifying for next month's US Open but you fancy says the tournament is the perfect platform to Showcase is capable of mixing it with the world's best golfers have an update now and I come from Theresa Talbot thank you Julian and Dundee delays on the A90 Kingsway East find read them from invergowrie right through to Forfar Road lundin links and five delays on the A91 5 Leven Road in both directions his debut under the Rose.
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ARSENE WENGER is still the odds-on favourite to remain at Arsenal next season.
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Manchester City have been busy already in the transfer window and more deals are expected to be announced in the coming weeks.
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After days of airport chaos, the boss of British Airways has apologised for the disruption caused by its computer meltdown, but refused to resign. He denies the crisis had anything to do with BA shedding large numbers of IT staff. Golfer, Tiger Woods, has denied he'd been drinking, when he was stopped while driving his car in Florida
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against infections that are resistant to antibiotics. A US team says by modifying an existing drug they may be able to combat one of the biggest threats to global health. After days of airport chaos, the boss of British Airways has apologised for the disruption caused by its computer meltdown, but refused to resign